1950 ford f1 truck the work horse


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This is my version of the work horse that never lets you down in all weathers hope you like and comments very welcome as always cheers for the time

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Thought I found a barn find, very nice

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Looks like a natural setting.

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That's awesome!! Nice blue oval bowtie,lol! The weathering looks incredible.

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Nicely done. Looks like a farm truck growning up in northern Illinois as a kid.

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Very nice build Paul. Awsume work on the weathering...

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Great weathering!

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Now that's AWESOME Paul, there are a couple that look like that around here, I thought maybe you had been over here in my neck of the woods taking photos!! lol :lol: very NICE job indeed! :D

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I love the bed outstanding job!

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That's a wonderful build .. weathering and just plain natural look. It's definitely worked for a living and I congratulate it on holding all four hubcaps tight!

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Very nice build! The weathering is very believable on the body and the wooden bed parts. I thought it was real when I looked at the first photo! It looks good in the weeds!

Sam

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Very nice work! Great weathering, it has that just right look.

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Amazing weathering!

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good job on the thing.

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Very nice. love the tires/hub caps, and the weathering.

Mark

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Great job!!

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This model truck has a lot of character. I really like the weathering and the faded paint. Very nice.

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Very nice build. Just think how it could look in SHINY :) :) :)

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Thanks for all your comments much appreciated I only started model making ten months ago so still finding new techniques and lovin it thanks all

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Fine job young man, keep up the good work.................

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It looks pretty realistic to me. I spot one of these in a local field every so often and always want to stop and check it out but, I never do. Yours is spot on, perfect. Nice photos!

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Nice farm find!

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Great looking Truck..

I think you might have to mow the lawn a bit, it's taller than the truck.. ;)

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