Thanks ! I usually build trucks and armor , but starting to get into the cars since there's more variety. I used the reverse masking on the IH eagle 2 cabover a few months ago. planning another Mopar but in sublime green ..love the high impact colors they used
ok time for a weekend update ! I added the seatbelts using a borrowed set from detail master
I installed the glass, hit the chrome trim using the Molotow pen and in went the interior tub ! lets peak thru the windows...pretty Spartan
now for my favorite part...no RR would be complete without the hood stripe. I used 1:1 pinstripe tape to lay out the separation lines reverse masking the black sections. Then just cover everything else up, break out the Eclipse AB and lay on Tamiya flat black..easy peezy masking..
pulled the tape off right after painting to reduce edges..a few touch ups are needed , but I'm pleased witht the hood
the air grabber panel has to be installed next thanks for looking any comments welcome !
I've used lights from electronic stores , they're usually clear and I just cut off the metal wires and paint w clear red or amber to suit. Usually home improvement stores have bins with these lights inside ..cheap to
Dave carey makes a custom grill, based on a popular american motorcycle brand edition lonestar. His website is models by dave.com one word sorry he also sells the daycab Gary wallace also has a front bumper / fenders/ headlights to give it a custom look. Email is only way to reach gary, gwtrucks.com Here's a photo of Dave's cab, grill and garys custom set .
Yep really like how your tunnel is working !that's the area that gave the most hurting brain cells trying to figure out how it should all work..ya made it look easy Yeah I was referring to the frame sections ahead of the spring, you've cleared my question using it for radiator, I thought the idea was having your front spring out front and the rad behind...tI'll I went back to the original photo.