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About Sergey

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  • Birthday 02/25/1977

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    Moscow, Russia
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    Sergey Torkhov

    Gongratulations, Yury! Outstanding work! I can't understand: what you don't like in this build? The front is beautifull, lower bumper part is good too. So much posts are talk for themselves!
  2. '90s GMC TopKick C7500

    Thaknk you, Ben!
  3. '90s GMC TopKick C7500

    Thank you Harry! Thank you Charles for kind words! I always want to declare, that EVERYONE can make EVERYTHING. All you need is STRONGLY WANT it!
  4. One More Class 325 on the bench

    Awesome! Especially brass chassis.
  5. Custombilt 379

    Thank you guys! I appreciate it.
  6. '90s GMC TopKick C7500

    Thank you, Friends! Kind a little "How To": Little triangles to connect crosmembers and subframe By the way, I often used right angles. For example red marked one to cover crossmembers, and green one acts as a guide for side walls When I assembled the frame, I've forgot that dumpers don't have tail crossmember. Insted it has right angle. So I was have to tear off crossmember and cut out a piece of frame. Here are profiles I used for dump hinge And here what it turned out And finally: hydro reservoir and hinge set up for hydraulic ram All I needed: right angle and sheet styrene
  7. Thank you, Nicholas! I know that. Unfortunattely I don't have brookfield chevy van. And as I seen it's not cheep now. Thanks to every one for interes
  8. I guess I will make them from scratch.
  9. Well, let's open new project in new year! I wanted to start it 10 years ago. I recently bought front bumper and 6,6 Duramax engine at Trailertrash Kustoms. Here is the bumper set. It has 2 variants of fog light lenses. With white fog lights Reverse side has some cavities, but nothing, that can't be fixed. Unfortunatelly bumper is too narrow, even for 1/25. It should be 96 mm, but it is only 89 mm. I will build 1/24. Here is the engine set. It has two variant of valve heads and 3 small cilindrical pieces in front. One is alternator (but I can't identify - which) and two others - I don't know. Two part pulley/belt set is tied by masking tape, so you don't mistake they relative position And here are billets for the frame It unused frame from Revell's Peterbilt Can Do wrecker. Now I'm not sure: if I use this frame and cut & fill all the brackets or use stright KFS or brass tube frame...
  10. WTF- Photoetched Fuel Tank Steps

    Try this (PE62): http://www.kitformservices.com/photoetch.html
  11. Custombilt 379

    Thank you Kerry! Trailer was increased in hight [URL="https://www.4shared.com/photo/5Ne5FZdygm/53__1_.html"][/URL] The gates made openable to accept two 12V rechargable batteries [URL="https://www.4shared.com/photo/5Ob9WYumgm/54__1_.html"][/URL] I made my own trailer lenses and remade under run bar [URL="https://www.4shared.com/photo/HIU995K_fi/55_online.html"][/URL] I used Water tank from Italeri Accessories and remade brackets to suit trailer ribs [URL="https://www.4shared.com/photo/PHXuTUQlda/56_online.html"][/URL] Trailer bogie frame cut in two pieces, so trailer got spread axles [URL="https://www.4shared.com/photo/0I6u7SkVee/57__1_.html"][/URL] Also front frame got new spring brackets and crossmember, plus both axles changed to brass tube. [URL="https://www.4shared.com/photo/Vvm1xXc2gm/58__1_.html"][/URL] Altered brakes [URL="https://www.4shared.com/photo/Xfw-Yh1Cfi/59__1_.html"][/URL] Brake system receivers made from Evergreeen tube + plumbing [URL="https://www.4shared.com/photo/44Id_Agqee/60__1_.html"][/URL]
  12. Marmon Conventional

    Oh, that old Revell wheels.... I hate them. Nice work, Ken! I like the colors.
  13. moebius trailer

    Henry, wait couple days. I will upload photos: how have I built spread axle on Custombilt trailer. Though it was Italeri's trailer.
  14. 1955-59' Chevrolet 3600/3800

    Thank you Mike and Tommy! Merry Christmass!
  15. '90s GMC TopKick C7500

    Some dump bed work But first - paper mockup: sloping end I liked more Skeleton By the way, I note - hydraulic ram house on paper mockup turn out too small