I hate to tell ya but Lisa is married to another Carlisle employee. Not a driver if that matters.
Yeah, I know, but it doesn't hurt to dream!
Your comment on the resin W-900b has got me wondering if there's two different ones available. The one by GW doesn't come with a sleeper yet you mentioned an integral sleeper.
I figure you might know something that I don't as I'm a car modeler who's working on moving into scratchbuilding and heavy trucks.
I think I've seen a W900 with an integral sleeper, slightly higher roof though, on ebay, I think Porky (Eric) has it listed sometimes. He's a member here. The T-600 and W-900 kits have a separate sleeper box that would need molded to the cab to be 100% correct. The reason I mentioned the intregral sleeper is because the 1:1 prototypes are that way, especially Lisa's, just like this one.
I'm happy to here you or exploring the wonderful world of scale trucking and scratchbuilding. The bigger the boys, the bigger the toys!
I just might know something about trucks, and there are many others in this section who know much more than me, but I grew up with an older brother who drove, so I was around trucks at a young age, and have been building trucks for a little over 20 years, since I was about 12. My brother was killed in an truck accident in 1992, and I lost interest in trucks for a little while, but at 22 in 1998, I started my driving career. I have driven for the past 12 years and have probably over 1 million safe miles until high blood pressure problems conspired against me last June and helped in losing a local driving job I had for 5 years. The blood pressure is back under control, but I have not been in a truck since, and may never be again thanks to that. I've been making the best of it, though, spending time with my latest project that I've done some scratchbuilding on, this Ford LTL 9000.