You can never go wrong with the Watkins scheme as it is one of my favorites. I am really impressed with the extra work on the Diamond Reo, love the extended fuel tanks, just the right amount of frame stretch and a visor that looks perfect to make this one top notch !
Thank you everyone for looking and the great comments. Pat - I bought those off ebay from the seller rhino9905 , They were a little wider then I wanted and way too tall but I solved the height problem with the saw ! Vic - I sawed off the Aerodyne, made a daycab patch panel and used a 36" sleeper from the AMT W-925 kits.
JT - I so want a T-shirt like that. I would wear it all the time. I already informed my wife I am going to get a real set of mudflaps like that for my Dodge truck Except she will have boots and a hat !
Michael - my question was not meant to cause confusion or distress What I meant by flush is the floor pan sitting on top of the frame or elevated by mounts ? This is your truck and you can build it anyway you want or as in "this works best and I am leaving it as is " (that is my motto ) I was worried that if your cab was not located where you want it that the stance my be off .
Rob - I am happy you are following along and truly appreciate your comments ! Rich - the tires are resin and painted. That is my trademark tire color from building aircraft models with resin tires years ago.
Very cool , a genuine custom sleeper in the works. My I offer a suggestion - make some inside angle braces with styrene to keep it from bowing or add a second layer. I think those signs are about .020" in thickness and pretty flexible. Keep up the good work !