Jimmy Hervatin's 1930 Ford

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The original "Emerald Tide" painting by Keith Weesner.
Jimmy grinding on the frame he built for the truck.
The cab as it sat in July 2009. The inner-structure is made from steel, and the skin is aluminum.
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The bed was made out of steel.
The innerstructure for the doors were steel with aluminum skin as well.
The Emerald Tide at the 2010 Goodguys Columbus. Photo by Eric Geisert.[1]
Photo by Eric Geisert.[1]
Photo by Eric Geisert.[1]
Photo by Eric Geisert.[1]
Photo by Eric Geisert.[1]

1930 Ford Pickup owned and built by Jimmy Hervatin of Warrenton, Missouri. The truck, who is known as "Emerald Tide", was built from scratch after a Keith Weesner painting with the same name. The build was started at the end of 2008. The cab was made from scratch and consisted of aluminum skin over a steel inner structure. The bed was made out of steel.

The original plan was to keep the car unpainted and paint all bare metal with clear paint. It was eventually painted green metallic like the Keith Weesner painting. The build was completed in 2010.


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