Thank's Zed300 :thumbsup: , I just did a search and couldn't find one. So it looks like a missed it . I'm really happy with the recast 50 Chevy pick-up so my hopes are HIGH for this one :thumbsup: .zed300 said:Yes, there was an old RC2 casting. I only remember one version being issued, in the Mint Editions line, a dark green color with high 4X4 type wheels. It was pretty sharp, though I hope the reissue has more normal wheels.
The '59 F-250 4x4 was released in black, dark green, silver blue, a black New Mexico state police version, a white electric company bucket truck, and I think even one in a NASCAR version with McDonald's red and yellow paint. There may other versions too.zed300 said:Looks black in the picture, but I could have sworn mine was green (I haven't had it out in years). Maybe they did make more than one version.
Wow, that's something only a real Ford truck freak could answer!AQUA XK8 said:Didn't the 59 Ford Pickup have a different shaped back window, with a slight wraparound curved glass? This back window looks like a 58 Ford Pickup, IMO. Or maybe I'm just too tired today and can't see straight. :freak:
That's a base version rear window, I think...didn't most trucks back then have small rear window base versions and deluxe models with larger or wraparound glass?AQUA XK8 said:Didn't the 59 Ford Pickup have a different shaped back window, with a slight wraparound curved glass? This back window looks like a 58 Ford Pickup, IMO. Or maybe I'm just too tired today and can't see straight. :freak:
I forgot about that one.78REDBIRD said:I have a yellow one that has a fire truck body on it. Has St Charles Fire Dept on the door and Squad 150 on the back of the rear fender.
I believe Mark was referring to a Ford, because I have it too. I have the red 65 Ford pickup that they made. It had an opening hood and drop down tailgate too. Not a bad diecast, but it needs major chassis detail work.Lummox said:There's a '65 Ford? Or do you mean the Chev.?