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Scale 1.55's Scale trucks that use 1.55" fitting tires and similar. Approx 1/10th scalers with wheels smaller than 1.9".


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Old 06-02-2020, 03:52 PM
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It looks right at home among the other trucks...scale seems to match them perfectly.

Only the best rust for a true Willys...

Did you use one of those rusting solutions or is it paint? If it's paint, where might I find that color?
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Old 06-03-2020, 04:47 AM
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It looks right at home among the other trucks...scale seems to match them perfectly.

Only the best rust for a true Willys...

Did you use one of those rusting solutions or is it paint? If it's paint, where might I find that color?
Thanks willez.
Chassis is Paint.
Flat brown Paint Primer spayed first light coats,
Then Flat Black misted over that at about 1 foot away while still wet, and then the Brown primer misted over that again while still wet.
Blends well together while both are wet.
Brand was Rustolem.

Patina on body is for real metal. Light brown
I don't remember what its called.

Real easy to apply, then just dry brush it till you get the desired affect.
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Chassis is Paint.
Flat brown Paint Primer spayed first light coats,
Then Flat Black misted over that at about 1 foot away while still wet, and then the Brown primer misted over that again while still wet.
Blends well together while both are wet.
Brand was Rustolem.

Patina on body is for real metal. Light brown
I don't remember what its called.

Real easy to apply, then just dry brush it till you get the desired affect.
That's awesome! Thanks Ron. I need to try some weathering on something down the road. I have some of the stone look textured paint that I thought would be a good mud build-up paint. I'll try something in the future.
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