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'41 Plymouth pickup truck

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Grabbed this one because of the odd subject. Plus, I'm a Mopar nut! Motormax 1/24. All I did was change out the blackwalls for a set of white walls, blackwashed the grille and wheels, detailed the Plymouth script on the tailgate, and painted the stop light.

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Looks good, you brought it alive! I have a red and black one I'm keeping intact and another one I plan on blowing apart and creating a model project out of it... someday!

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That is definitely a cool body style. I like what you did with it.

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Now there's something different! I didn't realize Plymouth made trucks back then. Yours looks great!

Sam

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Nice looking model!

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Great looking truck Alan. I love the subject.

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I know I commented earlier, but I just found this photo! Here is the '41 Plymouth pickup along with it's Dodge brother. The Dodge is from the Johnny Lightning line. I believe our own Art Anderson designed the tampo for this one!

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Nice Plymouth Al. Your detailing sure brought it to life.

I never picked up one of these, I do have the Ertl Dodge panel.

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i realy like the way you did nice little touches to bring out the best in that truck. and the color is killer. B) somewhere i have the plymouths . here are a restored 41 dodge next to a total junk 41 dodge both danbury mint 1/24

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Thanks guys! I didn't even know about the Dodge panel...........have to get one of those. Hey Manny, great work on the junker! Pics are awesome of the two of them together.

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Here is a nice 47 Dodge Canopy Delivery made by Ertl you may like as well. This one I left sealed because the logo is pad printed upside down. Somewhere I have one of these opened.

Not sure what happened to the photo, I think it got lost re-posting. I usually have to post twice half of the time here to get it to go.

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Here is a nice 47 Dodge Canopy Delivery made by Ertl you may like as well. This one I left sealed because the logo is pad printed upside down. Somewhere I have one of these opened.

Couldn't find the pic, but I like lots of the stuff in your Fotki album!

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Here's the canopy delivery. I hadn't taken mine out of the box either.

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Couldn't find the pic, but I like lots of the stuff in your Fotki album!

Thanks, I have another 100+ items to upload when I get time. I fixed the photo.

AzTom

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Sweet! Yep, gonna have to find one of those.

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Al, your truck really "pops" with the whitewall tires and the blue and black color combination! Excellent work. I chose this model for the same reason you did, except my version is a dark green and black. Yours shows the details much better. Nice model!

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