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Sergey

'90s GMC TopKick C7500

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Let's go!

Here are cardan shaft, break chambers and I guess I can call it reactive bar:

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Common view

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All, except front springs, glued with Craft bond

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Radiator of the real thing

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And my version

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About rear whells spacers: they were made and instaled

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I've took some time to make sun visors and wind shild holders (marked with arrows)

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Some pattern parts to make power steering

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Vu-A-la!

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Wow!! Some incredible scratch building going on here!!

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Absolutely great scratch work what you showing here.

The cardan shaft looks awesome, i also make them workable so that the cardan looks more natural instead of a lump of plastic.

 

Hermann.

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Can't really see every thing on the right side. I guess it is to cut the torque of the steering in half,so the driver won't have to work so hard Like a helping hand.  Or like a damper to absorbed the bumps.

There is a word I'm looking for can't find it and can't spell it.

Would like to know too.

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Late models of TopKicks has front mudgards:

1997

I desided to create one, but before - some origamy

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Then mudgards were solfered from sheet cooper

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Delited some excess resin from bumper brackets side

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Rear cab bracket

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Soldered

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I satisfied now with cab position

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