1950 Ford Pickup 2'n 1

Assemble a '50 Ford F-1 Pickup 2n1 with this 1:25 Scale Plastic Model Kit from Revell. Skill level 2, suitable for Ages 10 & Older.

Revell-Monogram 1950 Ford Pickup 2n 1 Plastic Model Truck Kit 1/25 Scale #857203
 Revell-Monogram # rmx857203
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Revell-Monogram Item # rmx857203
Specifications :
  • Scale: 1:25
  • Length: 7-5/8 (19,4cm)
  • Parts: 154
  • Skill level: 2
  • Revell-Monogram Product Number: 857203
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"great kit"
Love the detail could use custom seats and motor and custom grill

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  • The Ford F series pickups stared out as simple trucks used to haul feed and hay on the farm, or tools on a construction site.
  • These haulers became fashionable with customizers and rod builders as time went by, and they are now some of the hottest rides on the streets Flathead V-8 engine with Ardun heads Optional custom wheels with low profile tires or stock with white walls and flipper hubcaps Wooden pickup bed rails and dual exhaust Custom hot rod lettering and vintage scallop decals Molden in white, transparent red and clear with chrome plated parts and black vinyl tires Colorful waterslide decals Illustrated assembly guide INCLUDES: (1) Plastic Model.


  • Scale: 1:25
  • Length: 7-5/8 (19,4cm)
  • Parts: 154
  • Skill level: 2
  • Revell-Monogram Product Number: 857203

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"50 ford f1"
I love this truck it is a great addition to my truck dioramas and garages I love building trucks and this one definitely has a lot of different ways you could build it and that’s the beauty of this truck you can chose to lift it lower it keep it stock height or what ever else you can imagine I definitely am going to put another one in our stash and you can not complain about the price on this truck Pros: easy on the wallet, Very detailed, nicely casted, lots of possibilities, great for dioramas CONS: minimal flash if you are thinking of picking up this kit then do it it is a lot of fun to build this kit and you will have a lot of fun with it and it will look good for dioramas or whatever you want to make it for

"Nice truck, if you have the time."
This was an average build. I like the fact that they gave you a customized engine by default. However, I had issues getting the headers to clear. If they could hug the block better that would've been great. Also I had some issues lining up the back fenders. I couldn't get the stock seat to stay on the flimsy brackets that were included so I put custom buckets in it from another kit. I think it's a great looking kit but not one for someone new to model building. Some of the chrome pieces can be difficult to get to stay in place. However, if you have patience and perserverance you will be rewarded with a nice looking truck.

"Nice Little Truck To Build"
michael.miller (michael.miller@windstream.net)
This is a nice little truck that has some flexibility in creating the finished product. I purchased this model to represent the era of my father's body shop and garage, starting in 1948, that repaired and painted early stock cars and moonshine trip cars. We didn't have a truck exactly like this one, but I chose it because my father always said, If you want to ride, buy a Chevy truck. If you want to haul a lot, buy a Ford truck. The biggest con on this model is that the rear fenders are a pain in exhaust pipe to glue properly. Maybe I missed the proper technique or let the glue get too dried, but aligning the tabs on the rear fenders with the two slots on each side of the bed caused me some grief. I had to do some off the instructions modifications to get good adhesion and fill gaps all around. On the many aspects on the pro side is the faux wood bed. I worried over how to make it look like authentic wood. In the end, I painted it a neutral medium tan and then did a couple of dark brown washes, wiping down after each application. In my opinion, the result looked pretty good and the grain of the wood was clearly shown. If I was really OCD I would have painted the metal strips between the wood sections black; however, I plan to load the truck with barrels and parts. My over all plan was to make the appear as one my father might have had in the 1950's, Including custom decals with the business logo created in PhotoShop and printed on laser decal paper.

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