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  1. Alrighty then, Not sure if this qualifies as a big rig (guess it was for it's day). Please move as needed. Thought I'd post a few pics of my completed Monogram 1926 Mack AC. It's been in my stash for 30 years now, and I decided to build it for an upcoming show (no sense rushing into things). Model is built OOB, except for the wood planks around the inside edge of the dump box, and the coal (small aquarium gravel). Paint is Rustoelum rattle can olive, and weathering is wash/dry brushing. Base is a Lexan piece, with a period Blue Coal ad. This kit seemed to fight me all the way (scratch building rc scale ships seemed easier at times). I do enjoy building everyday work vehicles. As usual, all comments/criticism/threats are welcome. Mark
  2. Here is Rockwell Lime Co. of Manitowoc, WI, brand new 1926 Mack AC dump truck ready for delivery. The build thread is here:
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