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 Posted: Sat Nov 13th, 2021 01:49 am
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My friend Jon sent photos of his latest project,

a 1938 Oldsmobile. 


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After puting it aside for a bit,
I am back to working on the 1928 Chevy stake bed project.

I was not happy with the fit over the rear fenders,
so I got out the heavy machinery and did a little trimming. 

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Stake bed is progressing. 

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The project is finished. 

I'll paint it black to match the fenders. 

Thinking about a livestock load for the bed. 

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The 1928 Chevy project is completed. 

I really like this model by Liberty Classics. 

Thanks for following along. 

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The Liberty Classics trucks are a great source for adaptation,
to very credible scale models for our large scale applications. 

The 1928 Chevy and the Studebaker,
are especially good starting points. 

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Gearbox makes (made ?)
these nice 1920s Wayne pumps in 1:25 scale. 

These are Shell and Gulf brands. 
They would fit on any period layout.

I have not seen them for sale recently,
and they would be hard to find, I suspect. 

Grab 'em if you find 'em. 

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I've had this Liberty Classics Studebaker van sitting around.

This is the van that the body is in two parts,
an upper and a lower piece. 

This is the van without the top part. 

Since there is not too much I could do with it,
I thought I would simply put a top on it.  





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I think a light brown color will look good...


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I applied the thick paint with a Q-tip,

thinking it will give some texture to the smooth top...





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