fc holden ute

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heres a fc holden ute from down under...

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Thats the tubbs done..

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Heres the start off the floor ..

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And thats the battery box..

All comments welcome good or bad ...

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Posted · Report post

Looking good mate. Nice to see an aussie car :-)

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looks cool cant wait to see some more!

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Looking good mate. Nice to see an aussie car :-)

Thanks mate,i've got a few more aussie cars.will post more soon.

looks cool cant wait to see some more!

More coming soon..

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Looks great so far.

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Here's the start of the interior tub.

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I made up some engine mounts

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And some rust..

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Heres a little bit more i got done.

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Interesting build, any more progress?

David G.

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This is amazing you have amazing skills. May I ask what model you started out with? The frame is all scratch built correct? Again absolutely amazing work. I always liked the Aussie utes and the 70's aussie falcons I wish they caught on here in the USA

Can't wait to see more mate

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Id love to do some of the Aussie cars myself....cool project!

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It is a treat to see a "Kool Old Truck" like that....Rare here in Iowa.....I dig the "Rugged Look" Your build'n with. The "High Rise Manifold" is a "Bobby Dazler"....I hope I used that expression correctly.....It might be a dated term....I am "Kinda Old"

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Interesting build, any more progress?

David G.

Hi David,no progress yet,i will get back to it soon..

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This is amazing you have amazing skills. May I ask what model you started out with? The frame is all scratch built correct? Again absolutely amazing work. I always liked the Aussie utes and the 70's aussie falcons I wish they caught on here in the USA

Can't wait to see more mate

Hi Dave,I started with a resin fc Holden body from a guy in Aussie,The frame is about 80 percent scratch built,i use the front end and rear end from revell willys coupe,Thanks for your kind words,I will get back to it soon.

Id love to do some of the Aussie cars myself....cool project!

Thanks Mark.

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It is a treat to see a "Kool Old Truck" like that....Rare here in Iowa.....I dig the "Rugged Look" Your build'n with. The "High Rise Manifold" is a "Bobby Dazler"....I hope I used that expression correctly.....It might be a dated term....I am "Kinda Old"

Hey Teddy,I'm kind of "OLD" too..

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I haven't done anything on this for awhile as i've been busy with other projects,so here is a small update,i hope you like it.I'm not sure if the decals on the doors will stay or not.Let me know what you think...

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