Project Update.....I have been working away, slowly, but progressing non the less. Where to start, paint is Model Masters Light Desert Tan and Valspar Buckeye Brown (really love the color, but I will never use Valspar again....took way too long to dry and is actually soft, if that makes sense. I've had three chips that I've had to touch up) A lot of BMF work, scratch built light bars under both cab and sleeper, amber lights are jewels from the craft section at JoAnn"s fabric store. All the lights on the back of the sleeper and on the fender supports were made from small eyelets from the fabric store and 4mm jewels from Michaels. Front bumper was scratchbuilt and used the same jewels as the light bars. Front tires and wheels are super singles from KFS covered in BMF and "doctored" with acorn nuts from Scale Hardware. Exhaust stacks are real aluminum bought off EBAY
Not a stranger to motel room building, my wife had three seperate classes in Kentucky for 5 days each. Being the good husband, I drove her there from Virginia, and went prepared to occupy myself while she was getting educated. Although, I usually build with the TV on, I did some pretty good building to the amusement of the staff at the Country Inn and Suites. It is a great past time, welcome to the forum.