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This truck was supposed to be a quick build, something to tow the trailer with my 68 Mustang Drag (Link) on it. I quickly purchased the Revell '65 Chevy Stepside Pickup 2 'n 1 to take the place of an AMT 1953 Ford Pickup Street Machine that I simply failed at when building. I was going to make the custom version of the truck straight out of the box and paint it with the same rattle can red as what I painted the trailer it is going to be towing. However if you look at the pictures you will soon discover that I got a bit carried away with some customizing of my own. I went through my parts b
I bought this for a few bucks at a thrift store recently, no box or instructions, just the parts in a large ziploc bag. Been working on it for the last few weeks and finally finished it this weekend. I stayed up til 4:30 in the morning Saturday night, listening to the nuts on Coast to Coast AM on the radio and working on the kit and had a blast. Nothing like "me" time. It isn't perfect, but it's done. One of my favorite shows is Fast 'N Loud and I especially enjoy when they take an older vehicle and redo the brakes, interior and electric, drop in a new crate engine and tires, then seal the
First attempt at chipping. Still need to find some appropriate tail ligts, but done other than that. Added some junk and stuff, used washes and tried a few other ideas. I hope to do this again, it was fun. Thanks for looking, J2.
Platerpants posted a topic in WIP: Model Trucks: Pickups, Vans, SUVs, Light CommercialJust got it today as a gift from a friend in the military. Its gonna be IH red and hopefully i can find some agressive tires for it. maybe off the revell jeep rubicon but thatd mean i have to buy the jeep just for the tires. who knows ill figure something out i wanna use the mags that came in the kit on the tires no low rider trucks for me. The bed is painted thats the only work so far.