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About Pete68

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    Park Hills Missouri
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    Lee Drennen

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  1. This started out as a corgi Mack B61 I strip down and repainted it and added a tow body to it plus some 1/25 Decals
  2. Heller 359 wrecker

    Your truck is looking very good. I have several of these there great kits I’ll post one almost done when I get the bench caught up
  3. Beautiful out come its amazing what we can do with these old kits you did a great job.also nice rigging on the shovel
  4. A-car Heavy Haul & Lowboy 1/87

    Get the LeeTown if you can it was the first one made the molds were wore out when Alloy forms/jaks got them they redone the fenders and made them to wide also Lee town has the diamond plate on top of the fender.
  5. 1978 Mack U-Model "Overnight"

    Spot on Brian! Great work turned out beautiful.
  6. Thanks Brian. it’s so much fun building it. Hope you guys don’t mine me sharing my 1/48 trucks and trailers with you I have a lot more to come.
  7. 1/48 Mack H

    Thanks Brian. I’m wanting to get my 1/48 trucks done while I’m doing it I don’t mind sharing them with you guys. I’ve wanted a O Scale layout for years I guess I’m filling a bucket list. Thanks again and you do some fantastic work yourself.
  8. 1/48 Mack B75 wide radiator

    Thanks Brian. I’m just running out of room for 1/25 and after about 35yrs of building them I’m getting burned out on them.
  9. Thanks Jim, been working on it all fall and winter these 1/48 trucks are probably my favorite.
  10. 1/48 Mack B75 wide radiator

    Thanks. There better than 1/87 HO I use to work in. I had to move up to 1/48 O scale due to my eyes and arthritis.
  11. 1/48 Mack H

    Thanks guys
  12. I started this build about 5yrs ago put it a side. The truck is a Revell White 3000 I stretch the frame and added two fuel tanks from the honest John kit. The engine came out of a corgi Ford H. I got some more parts from Don Mills last week going try to finish this have to install the radiator which was in the back of the cab instead of the front got a few ideas how to do this.
  13. 1926 Mack AC Dump Truck

    Looking very nice Jim can’t wait to see it done
  14. Some more shots of my 1/48 Mack B81
  15. This my 1/48 Mack B75 with wide radiator the truck start out as a corgi B61 I used a Don Mills B73 Mack radiator to make this B75. Other components of his were used was Radiator guard, Fuel tanks, Stack, Wheels, Tires, Air Cleaner, Bulldog, Fifth Wheel and Mirrors.