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JohnJ
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PostSubject: 1934 Ford Pickup--RatRod   Wed 27 Feb - 16:06

I've had this going for a couple of weeks. I'll continue the build here.



Should have something new to post in the next day or so.
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PostSubject: Re: 1934 Ford Pickup--RatRod   Wed 27 Feb - 17:05

Looks Ratty as can be. Looking forward to seeing more.
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PostSubject: Re: 1934 Ford Pickup--RatRod   Wed 27 Feb - 17:38

Love nasty beaters !!!
Keep it coming !
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PostSubject: Re: 1934 Ford Pickup--RatRod   Wed 27 Feb - 22:49

You will have to do a dog and pony show on how you do your weathering....looks really good
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PostSubject: Re: 1934 Ford Pickup--RatRod   Thu 28 Feb - 0:57

Walt: I'll try to put something together sometime in the next week or so. It's not hard, if it was I wouldn't be able to do it. :lol: :lol:
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PostSubject: Re: 1934 Ford Pickup--RatRod   Sat 2 Mar - 2:39

I've made some progress on the ratrod so here is an update.


The frame and chassis are completed with the exception of a little more aging and rust.


I made a Mexican blanket using various colored threads and installed it on the seat of the cab.


The engine is partially complete and has been installed. The exhaust headers are from a Revell PartsPak and modified to fit the kit enging.


This is the final stance of the pickup.

I hope to have the pickup finished this weekend. As always, comments, criticism and friendly redicule are welcome.
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PostSubject: Re: 1934 Ford Pickup--RatRod   Sat 2 Mar - 3:13

It's coming along nicely.
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PostSubject: Re: 1934 Ford Pickup--RatRod   Sat 2 Mar - 12:05

:drunken:

Getting there !
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PostSubject: Re: 1934 Ford Pickup--RatRod   Sat 2 Mar - 16:20

Im not a big fan of the rusty rat rods, but you are certainly pulling off the look well. I really like your mexican blanket, very creative.
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PostSubject: Re: 1934 Ford Pickup--RatRod   Sat 2 Mar - 23:06

Looks pretty ratty John. Maybe beat up the tires and wheels a bit, they look a little too good for this one in my opinion.
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