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I built this AMT 1972 GMC Stepside a while back and it cooperated easily with everything I wanted to do to it. It had been waiting patiently in my stash since I got it back in the 90’s. I’m glad I waited to do this one now instead of back then, as my skills are more developed now versus then.  Once I started on it I couldn’t put it down, I was on a major roll. Besides the Stepside kit, I used parts from a Foose pickup and a Revell 2013 Camaro, a Revell 1967 Chevelle, an AMT 1967 Chevelle and several other kits. It is covered with Dupli-Color Toyota Yellow and clear with the engine painted with Dupli-Color Naples Gold. The interior was covered with Krylon Almond satin and Khaki satin and I tried to pull off a wood grain steering wheel. It doesn’t have one single aftermarket part on it but it does have some scratch built ones. This one was fun one for sure. 













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Beautiful looking paint color and finish. I like the modern custom build style. Great looking engine details along with the interior, I'm also a big fan of the short step side bed trucks. 

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Crisp! That is a fantastic looking  little truck. I’m not normally a fan of yellow, but it looks really good, especially with your interior colours. Nice work on adding some clean detail to the simplified chassis. 

 Here’s, Steve

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