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  1. WIP: 3D 1953 Studebaker pickup + MPC 1984 GMC 4WD My first 3D printed body project, built on a donor kit that Hobby Lobby sells. It was recently announced in a Facebook group, for some reason I had to build it because I've been into old pickups (own a '68 Chevy C-10, had a '48 5 Window last century). The donor kit needed a bunch of work to look right. The body was designed to be a Pro Street, so the bed is extensively modified to look original. Hood was opened, is hinged using 100 year old fusee watch chain. Interior is 99% scratch-built, did not modify the VW Bus steering wheel. Made the leaf springs, steering column connected to steering linkage, disk brakes, gas tank, mudflaps, exhaust and shocks are modified. The book by AK Interactive 'Extreme Weathering' inspired the paint job, it's actually easier and faster than doing a shiny paint finish which is always a challenge for me, and it hides mistakes. When wet-sanding for the process of polishing paint, and you go through the paint it's a disaster, here it's a reward. Started Feb. 26, 195 hours later, barely finished before the Desert Scale Classic show!
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