Chevrolet C10 pickup - Mr Bram Kustom Graphics

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Hello!

This time I wan't to introduce you this model that is built based on a real car. My Danish colleaque & friend Jesper Bram owns this C10 pickup.

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Real car has long bed when Revell kit provides short one. I made parts for longer bed with 3D printing. I used Shapeways to create the parts.
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Flake for the roof is made with children's party glitter hairspray.
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Wheels/hubcaps are made from aluminium with lathe. Texts on tires & door logos printed with ALPS.
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Stickers & detail according to a real thing.
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I designed also some photoetched parts for this one. Diampnd plated tool box, rear lights, car club sign etc.
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Mexican blanket is made with regular printer.
Stickers according to a real thing.
The real car.

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That's AWESOME Eero!!!

Incredible detail throughout, with different pics it would be hard to tell from the 1:1 B)

Will you be selling the longbed pieces, or can we buy from Shapeways??? 265.gif

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STUNNER !

Great work on the extra details.

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Super cool. I love it !

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Wow!!

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Fabulous! That is gorgeous. And 3D printed parts? That's scary.

Great job. I love those trucks, and this is very special.

Terry

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I need to change underwear... This is sick! I love all the detail you put into this!

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Very nice...

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Love the padlocks on the toolbox ! Where did they come from ?

Beautiful model Eero.

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On its own it would be incredible, but the fidelity to the 1:1 version is just killer. What a build!

Edited by Jordan 191

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Looks amazing!!! Digging the tool box with locks... So unreal.

Edited by HondaSan72

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All I see are boxes with a red X

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no pics work

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There seems to be somekind of a problem with my webhotel provider. Hope the problem will be fixed soon! Patience :)

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All of our eyeballs overloaded it.

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Awesome details! I really like the gecko in the back window.

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Very NICE Eero :)

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This truck is bad to the bone kool.

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Amazing! I like the brass knuckles shift knob.

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totally sick man .......i love it

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Man, that is so cool. Looks full size to me :D

Mark

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Very sharp truck and cool.

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Outstanding

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Nice work B)

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Simply amazing.

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