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Everything posted by DZ7581

  1. This is a nice blazer. I started building a replica of my 86 the same way, even building my own grill till I came across the grills your talking about. I agree getting the metal cab and the fiberglass top to fit and match is a challenge and yours looks great.
  2. If it isn't too much trouble could you measure and get a diameter of the hub? I just want a ballpark measurement to start with. Thanks.
  3. If we are throwing wants out, I'd like a 85-87 Chevy long box. You can get up to 84 gmc before jumping to the 88 Silverado. Like the moebius fords a lot of combinations could be had like long ,short, step side, 4x4, and 4x2. A Silverado and cheyanne grill would add more versions. Just my 2 cents.
  4. I hope round2 takes a chance with the farm equipment. I would like some but it's hard to find and expensive on the second market. I know the John Deere tractor was reissued, but having the plow or wagon also probably would have helped sales. I guess only time will tell if we get any.
  5. Now if we could only get some farm equipment reissued, I would love a international 1466 and plow......
  6. I am interested in how you did your corners and what you used. I have a project which requires a similar corner and I have no idea how to do it.
  7. This is an awesome build. I was wondering where you got your wheels? I have a project I want to do that requires planetary hubs like these. If you scratch built them what size tube/scale diameter are they? I have no idea how big they are in real life to build my own. Thanks
  8. Thanks for the info guys, up in till this point I have only polished out a single color.
  9. What is the best sequence to polish a two color paint job Do I lay down the first color and polish it, then lay down the second and polish it, or do I paint both colors and polish both at the same time? Will the colors bleed on to each other, If so how do I prevent this? Thanks in advance
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