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Mahogany Rush

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  • Birthday 09/18/1959

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    Escondido, Ca.
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    Max Zoom

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  1. Found one from someone on this board. Thanx.
  2. Yes, that's the one. Had no idea it comes with San Diego Sheriff decals as well. May have to do that one if I get my hands on one. I have enough spare parts to fix the tires and seats issues. Search continues. Thanx for the replies.
  3. Absolutely stunning! Love the blown V-6 sitting in there. Great stance with huge tires. Not too high (like the ones I do...LOL) I want one.
  4. Nice. Brings back many memories from my leadfooted childhood. 😁
  5. Anyone have one of these? Company is Yodel I believe and may be a Dodge Monaco or Plymouth Fury modeled in medium blue. Thanx
  6. Nice. I need those rear tires, where did you get them?
  7. Built this mash-up because I always liked 4x4's and El Camino's. Color is florescent green (a bear to paint) Rustoleum. Many many light, mist coats to get it right. The hood was painted 5 times, but could never get it to match, so it's flat black. Wanted to do a Landau roof, but didn't want to order more paint. Donor kit was the Revell 1/24 1978 GMC Big Game Country and the '68 Elc was the yellow one with the soapbox car. Looked naked without a roll bar, so I made one. Engine and shocks are florescent orange. Hope you like it. Thanx for looking.
  8. Finished this a month ago after getting the decals from the other side of the world from echoxrayniner. It is a tribute truck for my friend who passed away. We flew flight sims together for years and drove American Truck Simulator together as well. He was as solid as they come. The hood number represents his day of passing. The plate decal was the wrong size (my fault), but he would have laughed because he was bigger than life itself. The colors were ours from the old flying days. Turn indicators were not in the box. This was my first and last big rig. It was kinda tough. RIP my friend. Thanx for looking.
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