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wwalker47

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This is the King Ranch F-150 pick up,

I made this once before, but this one is for my son-in-law. He just bought a Platinum with everything you can think of on it.

As you can see, I used different decals like the Ford, F-150 and FX4, and the Platinum symbols. His has front and back moon roofs so I made those and front bucket seats with a console (the flash almost got in the way). Added side steps, exhaust pipe and mag wheels. He went East Tennessee State University (ETSU go Buccaneers) so I gave him a personal license plate depicting that.

This was a great project and would highly recommend it to anyone.

And as always…

Thanks for lookin’ 100_5033_Fotor.jpg  100_5035_Fotor.jpg  100_5036_Fotor.jpg  100_5038_Fotor.jpg  100_5039_Fotor.jpg 



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Wow, wow, wow!
Complex product, sharp execution, fabulous finish.
Again, a labour of love.
What a lucky son-in-law.
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Wow the decals really set it off.
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 Another masterpiece. I need to create some more pickups-like the Dodge, Chevy and Toyota Big Boys. Thanks for posting!
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This is really cool!  Where did you get the decals and how are they attached?
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Thanks for all the nice comments.


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This is really cool!  Where did you get the decals and how are they attached?


Jason- I had my daughter take close up pictures of the different decals and send them to me then loaded them in Word and scaled them down to fit. There is a couple of ways to attach them. You can use Mod Podge or just regular glue will do then you can spray polyurethane to protect them and your whole project.
   

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Wow.  That is really cool.  Looks just like my truck.  Love it.  Great work.
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