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  • Birthday 06/04/1954

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    WoodDale Illinois
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    Ken Krawiec Sr.

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  1. 😁That would have saved me alot of time and I would have missed all the fun and aggravation. But it would be a neat kit to have. MPC came out with a later (maybe a 1968 Jeep) version called a Commando.
  2. This is what I came up with up to now. There were small running boards (if I remember right) came in a 66 AMT Lincoln kit, I made a mold of them , cast a few and they fit perfectly in front and behind the rear tires. Cobbled up a pipe bumper and completed the boom assembly. Now to get that body as smooth as I can and try to get it done this year .
  3. These Pegasus get you close but they are only 5 spoke not 6. Hope you find what you need, I know how it can be chasing ideas.
  4. I was getting lazy building this jeep but then I started laying in a new floor . I had a bunch of scrap evergreen and the next thing you know I sparked some life to get it done. Fabricate a old homemade boom. Once I get everything done and in position I will loose that tailgate.
  5. This is the SMP Imperial box and custom parts, directions and decals. Everything is in pretty great shape except the decals, they are pretty dried out. Looking for intresting trade. The white parts are also common with other SMP/AMT kits of that era. Only wear is from being 61 years old but no box splits or repairs, just 2 very small cracks in folds of instructions
  6. You will have to stand tall on Hubley Renault , usually find more builders when I was looking for one.
  7. I think it looks just fine, the Miller decals give it character .
  8. I was working on the back area and put a crack in the lower cab wall, the crack started to appear wet and had a chemical smell. This is my first experience with a 3D body, is this something any one else saw or heard of? After making the repair the primer would not adhere around that area..so I cleaned it with strong soap solution and it seems fine now. Now back to smoothing out the body.
  9. Has anyone heard from Vince Nelson? Its really been awhile, hope all is well.
  10. I didnt print it, I bought and it listed as s '46 on ebay.. the rear bed floor would need to be removed and replaced for any chassis to fit, its pretty deep. I can do it , its just easier for me ( getting too old😄)to piece build around it.
  11. Its the frame arches at the rear end. I found a frame tbat would work close enough with the 4x4 goods.
  12. This is a 3D printed body that will need a chassis and interior . No chassis came close to fitting with out a lot of alterations so making the chassis in pieces as I go. Im at the interior plate now and thats where the front chassis rails will mount. This body will need clean up to smooth out the marks and door and hood lines will need to be deeper. Bed floor will also need detail added. I will go to the parts boxes many times on this one. 😄
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