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About caboverkw

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  • Birthday 02/20/1966

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  1. Yup, 60" is the right one. The truck looks right. If you didn't know better you'd never know they used diffrent trucks. 2 were used for the main shots. One was a glider kit that they used for close ups in the cab. One was used to go off the bridge. I have this 3D trailer I made for a truck game, if we could just find someone to master it we'd be in good shape. I could provide the plans for it, but think it might be beyond my scratch buildin skills,LOL.
  2. Sourkraut has one posted on his site, but it show's out of stock http://sourkrautsmodeltrucks.com/?page_id=3&category=6&product_id=267
  3. Dave at AITM has a R700 kit, but it's out of stock, been that way for a while. I'd like to find just the hood myself. I've got a donor for the rest of it.
  4. There were 4 diffrent trucks used during filming, most had cummins in them. I think there was one that had a mack engine. Hollywood liked the way the detroit sounded and replaced the sound. you can find all kinds of info at this site. http://www.stlouisdu...ruck/index.html
  5. The RD truck was a RS700L. The hood is longer than the R600 that's in the AMT kit. The only way to make a true RD truck is to go with resin, and don't know of anyone making one right now. Would have to scratch the sleeper to. It's a 60" able body stand up sleeper. You can get the demensions for it here. http://www.stlouisdu...ck/Sleeper.html