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Project I have been working on off and on for a few months. I picked up the sneaky Pete kit in a trade.The cab was very thin plastic and half the passenger door into the windshield molding was completely broken off.So after some repairs and sanding I had to figure something out for it.I had a old Olds model that was missing parts and had always wanted to build a demolition car.The trailer was a freebie from a guy in my local model club.He wasn't happy with it so he gave it to me.Worked perfectly. Hope I put this in the correct fourm. 

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For some reason, during that era of kits, Revell used a plastic that became very brittle over the years! I have quite a few van and pickup kits of that era with lots of broken parts! One of my Sneaky Pete cans broke into about ten pieces!

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Guess I was lucky I got mine together. I will say parts of it were a challenge

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