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And after several hours of agonizing over this and struggling and stripping and sanding and painting and changing my mind and.... wishing I were working on another kit as '56 F100's aren't really my bag at all... I decided to just throw it together and see what happens. It didn't turn out half bad and I tried alot of stuff I've never done before. Paint is all craft store acrylic, washed off with rubbing alcohol, and highlighted with some cheap oil paints. The rest of the build is documented (poorly) here

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.... wishing I were working on another kit as '56 F100's aren't really my bag at all...

Can't imagine why...it's a devil of a kit. There is a very good truck hiding deep in that mess, but it takes a LOT of mettle to get to it.

That said, I think that one looks pretty cool in it's own right. I like it.

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You did a great job with this kit. I built one a few years ago that didnt turn out close to as good as yours. The subject is great but Revell should be ashamed of putting their name on it. That kit is terrible.

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