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wwalker47

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This is the 1940 Farm Pickup. This one was just a fun to build as the Estate Wagon I built. Of course, they do go together. I always liked the 1940 Fords.

I used Baltic Burch plywood for the whole thing and painted with acrylic paints with spray on gloss polyurethane.

Thanks for lookin'


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Nice truck Bill
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Very well made!
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Great job Bill, really like the truck and paint job!

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Very nice looking truck there Bill, thanks for showing
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Just finished the 1940 farm pick up for my wife Niece. Used "Gilly's Orange furniture oil" from Western Australia. Really happy with the result.

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Bigbear12 great job. What kind of wood is that?
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Thank you. The wood is Vic Ash and Merbau.
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