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#1 shafer

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Posted 16 June 2013 - 05:45 AM

magnum 4243 sent me this, i glued it together even though it is a snap together, some additions include the air brake and wiring lines from the tractor to the trailor, i chose to carve out the center of the top so I can glue 2 1/43 scale petty pontiacs inside for a display, btw i am looking for those if any one has pm me.chrome pinstripe tape completes the trailor dressup 

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#2 kilrathy10

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Posted 16 June 2013 - 04:16 PM

These are, actually, pretty cool models built up.....I haven't built any of these, but I do use the inside of the trailers for reference for my 1/24 scale scratchbuilds.....You've done a nice job on this one....I never thought of cutting a hole in the top of the trailer like that....That is an awesome idea....You'll see it show up on my next model....Gotta use that one.....Great job on this bad boy, too....I also like the chrome pinstriping.....That one I've used, but still a cool idea....Looks great on yours....Very nice weathering on the car, as well :)  :)  :) ....


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#3 shafer

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Posted 17 June 2013 - 05:09 AM

These are, actually, pretty cool models built up.....I haven't built any of these, but I do use the inside of the trailers for reference for my 1/24 scale scratchbuilds.....You've done a nice job on this one....I never thought of cutting a hole in the top of the trailer like that....That is an awesome idea....You'll see it show up on my next model....Gotta use that one.....Great job on this bad boy, too....I also like the chrome pinstriping.....That one I've used, but still a cool idea....Looks great on yours....Very nice weathering on the car, as well :)  :)  :) ....

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#4 Johnny1973

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Posted 17 June 2013 - 02:12 PM

Great job Clyde!



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Posted 18 June 2013 - 04:40 AM

nice truck..



#6 FIREMODELMAN

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Posted 18 June 2013 - 05:46 AM

Very nice job. I like the chrome pin stripe as well. Neat idea.