Superpeterbilt

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  • Location Bush, La
  • Full Name Terry Hymel

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  1. Superpeterbilt added a post in a topic B.R.B.O. - Brockway 758   

    Nice work on that chassis Dan. This is gonna look great.
  2. Superpeterbilt added a post in a topic Mack R895 RSX   

    Thanks Gino
    Thanks gator. I was thinking the same thing about the tailgate. I just kinda sat down and started building it, then I held it up to the bed an realized it made the bed look weak. I will probably save this tailgate for another build and build a new one for this.
  3. Superpeterbilt added a post in a topic Mack R895 RSX   

    Thanks guys. I had a little time on the Mack today. The front bumper is pretty much finished up. I built a tailgate did a little more work to the bed. 





     
  4. Superpeterbilt added a post in a topic KW T800 logger (04-24 update)   

    Wow Dennis! You are really knocking this one out of the park. This is some very impressive scratchbuilding. You have raised the bar on us.
  5. Superpeterbilt added a post in a topic White Construcktor winch truck   

  6. Superpeterbilt added a post in a topic White Construcktor winch truck   

  7. Superpeterbilt added a post in a topic White Construcktor winch truck   








     
  8. Superpeterbilt added a post in a topic White Construcktor winch truck   





    Front fender mounts

    Underneath front fender


  9. Superpeterbilt added a topic in 1:1 Truck Reference Pictures   

    White Construcktor winch truck
    I found this old dude on side of the road in Picayune MS. It got a 250 Cummins and Hendo rubber block susp. The cab is pretty rough. The windows have been rolled down for years. The door handle almost ripped out of the door from all of the rot.





    i will add more later
     
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  10. Superpeterbilt added a post in a topic Modern Classic: Peterbilt 377   

    Outstanding build. This one looks great. We used to have a 93' 377 with a 3406. That truck was a beast. You have done a great job with all of the extra added details. It really takes it to the next level. 
  11. Superpeterbilt added a post in a topic Mack R895 RSX   

    Bob, heres the diamond plate I use. Its very thin, and comes in 8x10 sheets.

  12. Superpeterbilt added a post in a topic B.R.B.O. Dodge CNT 900   

    Nice work Pat. This is a great looking truck. This will look good sittin next to that old orange GMC.
  13. Superpeterbilt added a post in a topic Tough Glamour: Autocar A-64B   

    Excellent job! The upgraded details of this really make it pop. The steering, ac lines, stripe pattern, radiator struts, and the cab glass gaskets are all outstanding details. This might be the best build of this kit that Ive seen. 
  14. Superpeterbilt added a post in a topic Mack R895 RSX   

    Small update for tonight. I trimmed the rims in silver, made some brackets to hold the battery boxes(I almost left them off bc the aussie trucks have air starters,mbut the frame looked bare), moved the fuel tanks back, started working on the front bumper, and mounted an air tank. I could only find one tank, so Ill have to dig for another. 




  15. Superpeterbilt added a post in a topic Mack R895 RSX   





    Thanks a lot guys. I appreciate the good comments. 
    Hi Bob, how are you? I noticed the tanks right off, I just havent moved them yet. I lined them up with the cab, not taking into account the tire size. As for the sheen of the tires, Im planning on using dull coat on the tread and leaving the sidewalls a little glossy. As for the rams Im not sure yet. I would like to have dual rams, but I dont want to get carried away with scratch building so I may just use the kit parts. The diamond plate on the fenders is very thin from plastruct. I will try to find the package and give you the number. Its very easy to bend and roll around edges.
    Thanks Dennis.