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About signguy2108

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  • Birthday 04/05/1955

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    Larry Haney

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  1. Good start Jerry. If the frame is warped just tell people it spent part of its life as a log truck!
  2. Looking good, this and the pete can be made into some nice looking trucks
  3. Great start, i havent even looked at mine since i started it.
  4. Nice build, I always like the cl, but i was afraid of heights! There was one here in town years ago that was purchased from the bud moore nascar team, red,white and polished aluminum everywhere! Guy kept it about 3 months and went back to a long nose pete.
  5. Excellent time consuming tutorial on how it should be done. It's almost a shame to put paint over all this work, and when finished, it needs to be on display somewhere, not locked away in the house
  6. U did it a real justice with the frame crop, i never did like how long the kit frame is.....
  7. factorydirectmodels.com If u like planes, you will love this site! I'm terrible at posting links....
  8. Looks good JT, we need to see more med duty stuff. I've got a shorter one built with a dodge converted to a 5500 1 ton. Not going to mess up ur thread, ill show it one day.
  9. My wife has been looking at suv's, wonder if i could pull it off as a V6! Local dealer has a '16 hellcat challenger, been in the showroom since it was backed off the truck and not for sale! He also owns a '10 dragpack f/sd challenger that hasn't seen daylight in a couple of years.
  10. Jeff, im not so sure u will say that when (or if) it gets completed, lol! And yes, i've got those filler panels out of an old road boss kit somewhere. I finished up a reo today, it may have em in the box,.
  11. All great builds as usual! I love the old international, year ago I rescued a complete running R185 just hrs before it went to the crusher, only to end up selling it later
  12. Good job, looks like u nailed it! Bet the dozer was a nightmare to load without the track...
  13. Well, here's where mine is at for now. I'll get the truck done first, then decide which way to go. And no, it won't be this shiney. I haven't built one of these in what seems like 40 yrs.
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