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Old Buckaroo

Member Since 26 Jan 2010
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 06:07 PM
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In Topic: Kenworth K100 / K123 Questions

Yesterday, 04:47 AM

That is a nice looking cab. You should not have too much trouble mounting it.

 

I have several Aero cabs that I plan on using the 123 chassis for. Seems to me there was no real differences in the frame except the length . But it has been several months since I looked at them . (pre move packing)

Other then improving the tilt hinge and relocating the rear cab mount. 

I plan on using a piece of aluminum or brass tubing between the frame rails with pins for the tilt.  Not prototypical but functional.


In Topic: My Other (Sometimes) Car Related Hobby

26 August 2014 - 08:52 AM

Those are really cool. I never realized so many cars were featured on matchbooks.  Bonus points for the Hobby Shop one !

 

Several years ago I was in a shop that was cutting a quarter panel off a Ford (cant remember the model) but the guy pulled out a handful of Ford 20th anniversary matchbooks and a coffee cup saying the same. Kind of neat someone left those treasures for the future.

 

Edited as I had the year wrong :(


In Topic: Brockway 361.... Let out of the bag

25 August 2014 - 03:38 AM

Wow Terry, the cab looks fantastic ! Real smooth finish - a ton of OCD sanding huh :lol:  It paid off.


In Topic: Cutting up my Ford C600

24 August 2014 - 03:32 PM

That sleeper looks great !  Looks like a lot of careful work was needed to cut the doors out. Did you use a jewelers saw ?


In Topic: Beall trailer & LoneStar with Flames

24 August 2014 - 11:39 AM

Stunning work on the combo, boy do they really stand out ! B)

You need a pair of those gloves coin collectors wear to handle them.