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This is the start of my first custom truck-rod. Its part 1932 ford 3window coupe, part 1999 ford f150 lightning. Wat should i do for paint and which is better for filling the gap between the cab and bed, Bondo or Epoxy?

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Originally posted by 20k blazed@Oct 4 2006, 09:19 PM~6307962
This is the start of my first custom truck-rod. Its part 1932 ford 3window coupe, part 1999 ford f150 lightning. Wat should i do for paint and which is better for filling the gap between the cab and bed, Bondo or Epoxy?

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oh ok, im fairly new to this sort of model building, i usually do wat the directions say,lol, but any ideas for paint, i want it to be nice stand out colors but im not sure wat, all suggestions are helpfull
 
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