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  1. It will vary by operator. On some O/O rigs it might be a motorhome setup for complete independence. On a lot of freight (and especially moving company trucks) it is extra cargo space.
  2. Congratulations sir!!! You deserve every comment this thread has received and more. This is just outstanding. I can only imagine the smile you must have on your face knowing this is complete. BRAVO!!!
  3. So I got to thinkin'. Dave (comp1839) took you for a ride in his 1:1 car. It's only fair that you return the favor sometime. Maybe instead of moving on to another 1:24 scale model, you use your insane skills and do this exact build in 1:1? Not like you wouldn't know what you're doing. Could probably auction off this model to fund the project lol. All kidding aside, I am so happy to see this almost complete, but part of me is gonna miss the anticipation of "Codi added a new post".
  4. In your defense Kerry, I thought it was a metallic olive as well.
  5. Every time I look at the pics I see something else that just blows me away. I'd love to see this thing on a scale when it is complete just to see what it weighs. You've heard it time and time again, but that doesn't matter: Tim, this is just a piece of art. Absolutely gorgeous in every way. Be proud of yourself. You set the bar so BLAH_BLAH_BLAH_BLAH high it might not be attainable for any other mortal.
  6. Actually, the letter designation in A, B or C trains specifies the type of connection between the two trailers. A trains typically have an 'A' shaped dolly that connects with a pintle hook. B trains have a lead trailer with an extra two axles under a 5th wheel. C trains are really rare as they are costly upkeep, but essentially its an extension off the lead trailer to a 5th wheel, causing lots of wear on tires during turns.
  7. Am I the only one who checks daily hoping Tim has updated us with some eye candy?
  8. Having been following this build with awe, I hope you managed to get it done sir. This has been one of the most anticipated builds on this forum. No amount of words can express how unbelievably happy for you everyone here will be to see the completed pics. If you did complete it and are headed to the DSC good luck, not like you'll need it. This build sets a new bar in 1/16 scale.
  9. http://www.modelcarsmag.com/forums/topic/124387-photobucket-problems/
  10. As an avid viewer of the forums (don't reply much as I'm usually at work while browsing) I have just one thing to say. We need to see an arranged meeting at a show with John and Chris' completed F/Cs. Would be even better if someone with diorama skills could make a 1/16 dragstrip diorama. I'm betting that this car when finished lined up beside Chris' Prudhome car would make for one stellar display. Maybe this idea will help Chris find the final bit of motivation to get his 7+ year project finalized
  11. Yes Mopar, but I don't want to buy a package of 25 sheets to do one project with will take 1/8th of a sheet.
  12. Need help. Been searching online but can only find bulk order options, or ordering 25 sheets of paper to do it myself. Neither is really an option or a need, so I'm wondering if anyone knows where I can order one custom sheet of decals using a template I provide.
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