65 Mustang P/U

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A friend of mine made a 1;1 like this a number of years ago...cranted he started with a coupe which would be easier. This one of the glue bombs I got Sunday. Stripped the blue strips and started cutting,

KennB

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This should be interesting.

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Sounds and looks like a very cool project....

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Very Interesting, will be following this one!! :D

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I agree, interesting.

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Cool concept, should be interesting to see completed

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Looks very cool thought about one of these myself ?????????????? but was going to use 67 68 model.To many things on the go right now for another project

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I got a little carried away cutting the seats and had to put some back in. There is still a little jump seat in the back like the 1;1 I also got the floor to the bed finished and just the part by the passenger compartment to cut. From here on in is a straight build from the kit. I do have all the parts which is surprising so I wont have to make anything.

Thank you for the comments and looking. Next I will complete the frame and engine.

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The bed has been glued into the body and the seats have been cut away....Off to get it in primer. The motor has been taken apart and re glued correctly, seams filed and ready for paint.

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Nice!

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This will be very interesting, it looks great so far!

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GREAT PROJECT!

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This is really different. You got my attention!

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have the first primer and engine painted ready fro assembly......

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This looks like something the aussies would just love. Great work.

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Cool build. I saw another one done by a friend who used the roof and bed from the '61 Ranchero.

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Thats coming along great...

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colour check...sand paint sand clear,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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This is an extremely interesting concept !!!! Excellent work sir.

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B)

Excellent indeed!

I really like Your work and the subject!

Thank You for sharing with Us here

Later

Russ

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That 's cool ,never saw that done before . Great ideal .

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Nice color and awsume body work...

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Sweet!

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looks really good though personally I think the bed looks too short. Know and understand why its done that way but thats my thought on it.

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Thanks for all the comments,,,,,Brett, you are right,,,even the 1;1 had a short bed,,,,more od a grocery getter than anything. :rolleyes:

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