Petetrucker07

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  • Birthday 10/08/1982

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  • Scale I Build 1/24 and 1/25

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  • Location Hesperia, Ca
  • Full Name Clayton Scheiber

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  1. Petetrucker07 added a post in a topic Least favorite?   

    I agree with you Matt. Pete sure put out a goober with that sorry excuse for a truck. I just can't believe that someone okd that design. I'm glad it didn't replace the 362 though. 

  2. Petetrucker07 added a post in a topic All K-Woppers, let's see them K- Dubs   

    The a really good lookin Kwopper. I like the visual effect the blue hubs have on the drive rims. Very cool.
  3. Petetrucker07 added a post in a topic Post your "Snap" kits.   

    Some great lookin builds guys.
     
    The Photobucket question.... you need to use the IMG link, not the URL. That's how I do it.

  4. Petetrucker07 added a post in a topic International 4300 Eagle   

    Very nice work. That Turnpiker bumper looks at home this. To me, it looked out of place on the 352. Excellent paint work.
  5. Petetrucker07 added a post in a topic mid 60's-mid 70's Kenworth W900 narrownose?   

    There is a needle nose KW in small scale, like the honest John missile kit or the Begins moving kit. It's around 1/50 or something like that. But yes, I agree, we need a 1/25 version to go with the 351.
  6. Petetrucker07 added a post in a topic Peterbilt 359 Day Cab..   

    To answer your question... most custom trucks don't have spread drive axles. The spread drive axles is mainly for heavy weight and oversize. The 10' 1" is for trailers. The most common spread on drives is 6' 6", I believe. There are some custom heavy haulers that have the spread axles, but not many.
  7. Petetrucker07 added a post in a topic Kenworth Daycab   

    Very nice. I have plans to do the same thing, but in the colors of the company my first drove for. Any tips on fit would be great.
  8. Petetrucker07 added a post in a topic Pete 359, flatbed trailer and Moffett trailer mounted Forklift   

    Nice job man. I like spider man hung off the back. Nice job on the load.
  9. Petetrucker07 added a post in a topic 70 chevelle   

    Fine lookin Chevelle Tom. I like the green. I may have to build me another.
  10. Petetrucker07 added a post in a topic 69 COPO Camaro with extras...   

    Very nice. Gives me motivation to build the CoPo I have sittin next to my bench area. I hope it comes out near as nice as yours. Well done.
  11. Petetrucker07 added a post in a topic 66 elcamino   

    Looks good Tom. I've always had a soft spot for Elcos.
  12. Petetrucker07 added a post in a topic When a hobby goes too far ?   

    I also love, I mean love, goin for drives on mountain fire roads and power line access roads. I'm not into the heavy off road, rock crawling stuff, but there's something about the cool, clean air, and sound of nature when I stop to watch and listen. 
    The little vehicles I work on give me great mental time. It keeps me on my toes. My styrene hobby is almost like golf, without all the walkin. I love to golf, despite not going in about 5 or 6 years. There's something frustrating, aggrivating, yet relaxing being on the course. I need to dig out the ol clubs and give a go again and go slice it up. 
  13. Petetrucker07 added a post in a topic How about dem Broncos.   

    I tuned out for halftime, tended the ribs that were on the smoker. I woulda figured bigger acts for the 50th halftime show. 
    And I agree Harry, she almost looked normal, dare I say good!


  14. Petetrucker07 added a post in a topic KW and Diamond Reo Conventional pics   

    Those, again, are great lookin trucks. I don't think I've seen a DR done like box art on this forum yet. Well done on both.
  15. Petetrucker07 added a post in a topic Peterbilt 352 Single Axle Sleeper   

    That's a good lookin Pete. The second truck I ever rode in was a 2 axle, small bunk 362. This brings back some memories even though it's a 352.