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Bennyg

TAT 2017 1/32 Mack RS700 Rubber Duck

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image.thumb.jpeg.93bf50fea3275ca0a3402bbHi fellas. Here is my TAT 2017. Have got 3D printed 2 hole bud rims on order. Started measuring things to modify the chassis and cab and to scratch build the bullbar. Cheers.

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    Ben,

       Looking forward to seeing what and how you build this one out!

 

 

   Be Well

   Gator

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ben , wil see this nice one , love those r-type,s

cool lookin duck

jacobus

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Cheers fellas. Will be working on this and the ones I need to finish from last year.

Ben

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Ben I'm interested in your project, I'm looking forward to see more!!!

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Neat idea to do the duck in 1/32.. Its going to cool to see this conversion take shape

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Great....You're really chopping it up, aren't you....I like this model....Never thought of setting up "Rubber Duck".....Can't wait to see how this turns out.....

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      Watching closely to see what you are going to do next >

 

 

     Be Well

      Gator

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image.thumb.jpeg.8359cfdedb432c1c2f8126fimage.thumb.jpeg.2b0418ac67b84ef01e9133eimage.thumb.jpeg.40366f229cb7bce1bc1048dFuel tanks done. Fuel tank mounts adapted from left over moebius lonestar fuel tank mounts. I thought you guys would like to see the bonnet in progress. Enjoy.

 

 

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Lowering the fenders and everything, This is going to be good!! I'm on the edge of my seat waiting for more!

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Nice work Ben. I mess around with some 1/32 trucks sometimes just to change it up a bit. The hood work on this is looking very good.

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1/32 scale is a unique twist, on the world's most famous Mack. Very interesting to see. Great progress so far. I did a 1/25 scale hood, and it was not the easiest of modifications. That makes the the fine work you have done on the smaller hood, even more impressive. 

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Thank you all for your kind words. The level of modelling on this site is remarkable. I'm always inspired by everyone on here. It makes me want to build some thing special and way out of my depth. I haven't finished a model in a while and hopefully I get a couple more projects off the bench next week so I can go full steam on this one. 

Ben

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Benny,

        There is nothing wrong with your models. Looks to me that your skill set is pretty sharp. Yeah I know push the limit a bit.

But have fun with it at the same time. I like what you are doing here!

 

 

Be Well

  Gator

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image.thumb.jpeg.99b5d2b2e1ce648b1f2eefb3D printed wheels made to fit new ray tyres. I got them from luckpro7 on shapeways. A little grainy, hopefully the primer will smooth them out. 

Ben

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image.thumb.jpeg.99b5d2b2e1ce648b1f2eefb3D printed wheels made to fit new ray tyres. I got them from luckpro7 on shapeways. A little grainy, hopefully the primer will smooth them out. 

Ben

I was just looking at some of those wheels. I look forward to see how they work out. 

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