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Tony

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My take on the F150, made the wheels 3/4" thick. I also took Bills ideas on the running boards and rear bumper and adding the ball. Just waiting for Cynthia's bees wax.

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Now that's top quality workmanship,nicely done.
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Wow! This is a beautiful piece of work. I love the choice of woods and the accuracy of the cuts.
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Thanks Bucko and John. Here are some pictures of it finished.

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Nice job well done. I really like the wheels!
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Tony-

What a great job! The finish looks wonderful and of course I like the extras.

Well done.

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Really nice. I have this one on my "to do" list.
I like the wheels

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Very nice. Such a great finish.
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Thanks all, and Bill your add ons really bring it up a notch.

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Really well done. I need to stop playing on the scroll saw and make one of these for myself LOL


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Really looks great. I also like the running boards. Can you tell me what wood you used for the truck?

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David
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David, I used popular, using the different shades on different parts. Only the tail light colour was altered by dipping in a vinegar and steel wool.
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