Hey Jerry, the Model Truckin decals are very nice to work with. They are generally thinner than kit decals, and will conform to irregularities better: rivets, door seams, etc... I was impressed enough to get 10 or 12 sets from Mr. Reeder. Just pick the ones you like best, and go for it. I always had reservations about snap kits, but I broke down and built one, not out of the box, but really enjoyed it. It will not be the last one, and the best part, I get a 3406 A for other builds. This is how mine went.
Another skateboarder is born. Good for you! Always tarp with the airflow in mind, strap / chain as tight as the cargo allows, watch your overall height, (no built in limiter, like a trailer roof), and flatbeds can be a great way to go trucking. Best of luck to you! Mark.
#^~%*! My first logbook violation, lol. Can't believe I missed a whole month. At least I Got a long-planned project off the ground. All you guys still in the ring, hang in there. Best of luck to you all. Clayton, still think this is a great idea. Maybe a variation in the future, by brand, cabover / conventional, etc... Who knows. Many thanks for your efforts.
Greg, Welcome to the wonderful world of model building. I wish my second build would have looked like that. 40+ years ago, I was armed with un-thinned Pactra 1/4oz jars and those black, nylon bristled Testors brushes. Looked like it was painted with cake frosting when I was done. Nice job on that KW. Keep up the good work.