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Thread: Work Truck Build - 1952 Willys Double Cab by GCM

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    Added some weight to help things glue dry in the correct location!

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    Got this cool mesh for the front also. Looking nice.

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    Looking good, nice mesh!

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    Working on the engine bay.. I modified our old GCM V8 into more printable parts and more venting. Because comp.

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    Turns out there's room for the oil pan also, which is nice. And it's a brushless motor. I put the 3 wires sticking out the side of the block under the one head. Works slick!

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    Added some detail stuff to the back and of course the mandatory coffee to go. It's a work truck of course!

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    Got a bunch of cool stuff in the interior now. Waiting on my driver and passenger. Should be a solid look for an old truck.

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    Playing with my new wheels coming from GCM Racing. The rim is all machined beadlock 1.9, and the inserts are interchangeable...and paint-able!

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    I had a piece of tool steel left from a gun site job, so I turned it into a nice bumper! Can't wait to get my USTE 2020 license plate for the back! It also pins the mud flaps better than bolts alone.

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    Got some of my side lettering ghosted on. I printed it out on a sticker, exacto cut out the negative, and then applied the sticker to the door. Add silver sharpy marker, and remove sticker.
    Played with the front light sockets a bit also.

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