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That Brooklin Studebaker is also one of my favorites.
Pickup trucks were used for work and would get hammered This an inexpensive Yat Ming Ford F1
The left front fender and door are different colors to represent replacements from a junk yard. The rest has a rusty haze to represent thinning paint Rust is applied on the wheels, running boards & trim. Then over sprayed a flat finish.
The 41 Ford is from First Responce. Not all cars should look like they just came of the showroom floor. The rust is applies with artist crayons then over sprayed with a flat finish.
Lee; Here in the northeast salty rust belt, cars from the 1950s were showing rust ate 3 years old. And yes I had a few rust buckets.It is a beautiful job, Richard E, showing a real eye for detail. Looks like you might have owned a rusted old Ford, you got the placement and amounts so realistically done.