Revell 1/25 Ford 56 FD-100 Pickup Plastic Model Kit

I posted awhile back about how to build a real wood bed and this is the truck it went in.

This is the Chip Foose truck and I had built this kit before in blue and again this time not following the black Foose color scheme.  This is an excellent kit with a very nice detail Roush NASCAR engine in as well as some nice Foose wheels.

I went with a classic red/white flat black scheme.

I have had great success striping chromed parts with simple window cleaner or a mixture of vinegar and ammonia which allows me to prime and paint the color of my choice. I am a fan of classic chrome and some cars just should have it while others never ever should.

-Hobby Dude

Categories: Cars & Trucks

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