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    Keagan Chaney
  1. Been a minute since I have made any progress being the holidays are super busy, however, back at this and excited to move forward. Working on getting the engine painted. The resin motor was anything but smooth and took a lot of sanding/fine tuning to get it where I wanted it. Its much improved now. I have added my SS brake line, front to rear, and painted the block. Allowing the paint to dry before moving forward.
  2. Awesome job on this, I had the same paint scheme in mind, white upper cab and white grill.
  3. Not much progress as of late. Have been super busy, working on my 1:1 vehicles, and the holidays. The frame has its final coat of matte black I will most likely tape off the control arm cross member and the trailing arms and paint those gloss black for a bit of contrast.
  4. That would be helpful if it gets me closer for sure. Thanks. Would just need to find a place that can replicate or get me close.
  5. Liking the progress. Following along.
  6. Oh yeah. I concur. If they can stuff a 12 valve into a nova or chevelle. There are ways. Or use the 4BT. Thanks for following along.
  7. The below are my two choices. Opinions? Where can I find the green at? I am leaning towards the red and also the red paint scheme, for ease of getting the color red/white.
  8. I have gotten the chassis, cab, bed and interior all primed. I have also primed the cummins, however the resin is a bit porous so trying to get a few more coats of primer laid down. I am going to lay down one final coat of white primer next. I am undecided on the color at this point.
  9. Amazing job on this. Will be following along.
  10. Thanks. Trying to get a little bit of time to put into it. Busy week. I did get the chance to delete the stock exhaust still need to add some putty, sand and prime.
  11. Thanks Bill. I will attempt to duplicate what you have done on my 68 truck wheels I'm building now.
  12. Bill, I assume you are using the non buffing metalizer from model master on the black car above? and the buffing metalizer for the 2nd silver car? Also are you using the metalizer sealer?
  13. I made new spindles to lower the ride height. Looks much better, also corrected camber/castor a bit as the 1st set of spindles were a little off. These are Pegasus 23 wheels
  14. Thanks sir. I have not glued anything yet. I better double check my ride height and make sure it's not sitting too high. I think where it sits now is pretty close to the wheel opening. That's the good thing about mocking it up, allows for corrections.