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Old 09-12-2012, 08:35 PM
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Hi,I'm new in this forum,I have Team Associated Sc8e and this is my custom %100 handmade '77 Ford F-250 Body.Still work in progress,hope you enjoy...







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Old 09-13-2012, 12:05 AM
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Nice I like the idea of a scale lid on a short course truck
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i like it very inventive
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Wow, that looks pretty dang good.:thumbup:

How hard would you say it is to scratch build something like that Looking to do a 79..
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Very nice. Love it.
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Very nice. Love it.
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Not too bad for a first build, altho it could use a little more shaping to look more like the real thing - especially on the hood (too flat). But, if it works for you, that is what matters.

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Wow, that looks pretty dang good.:thumbup:

How hard would you say it is to scratch build something like that Looking to do a 79..
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to answer your question, mudasylum - it all depends on how detailed you want to get. a basic body isnt that hard - a fully detailed body is a little tougher, & takes a lot more time. It is up to you how much time, effort, & detail you want to put into it.
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Woah I like it!!! I too would like to see it take shape a little closer to the real thing but DANG it looks like a fun truck to play with!!! Please keep the updates comin. Oh, is that Styrene???

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Thanks for your comments.
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