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Late 70's F150 instruction's

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Late 70's F150 instruction's
Posted by NoReflection on Monday, April 27, 2009 12:29 AM

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Hey everyone. I thought I had registered awhile ago but maybe not, so don’t hate me for asking such a ridicules question on my first post. Anyway, I know this isn't really a plastic modeling question but I was wondering if anyone had instructions on any late 70's F150's. Particularly the decal placement if it is showing a side, front, back, and maybe even top view's of the truck. I remember having a step side monster truck as a kid but I can’t even think what it was called or what brand it was. I just also thought about this. If any of you have stock built trucks, can you take some shots of each side? fairly close up so I can get enough detail out of them, I am wanting to model this in 3d.

Tags: Ford , Off-road , pickup


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