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Dads last ride by Clayton s

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Think it's a 016 build. Off and on at least 4 Years. Started with a frame,cab and few other parts. Extended the frame behind the steer and sleeper. Motor from the snap kit, GW resin hood. sleeper from parts ,extra toolbox from a caster from Canada(Forgot who).fuel tanks from pvc and hand made the band's.rubber flaps made from fabric. Running lights from P and P resin 125 in all.bumper and fender rock guards hand made.corner lights from a wire with a brass ring for a nut with Amber paint on end roe lights. Duplyi color candy red and silver.and silver state baggage now wrapped in foil painted with lite sanding to bring out the chrome. Map,logbook I printed out and uses bits from the 359 kit had to be reworked for fit. Sleeper cabinet nd made. 

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That is a sweet looking build.....Not sure why we have to go through so much trouble to build one of these.....It would be so awesome to have a kit of this thing.....You've done an awesome job......Just awesome.....

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Clayton,

          That looks super. You did a masterful job on this one.

 

  Be Well

   Gator

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Spot-on rig, nice tribute to ur dad, mine was a lifelong electrican, guess I would have had to build him a breaker box!

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We're can I get the Great Dane trailer?

Moebius has two versions of their 53' trailer, a smooth side and one with slightly corrugated sides. It's 1/25 scale but the difference is pretty small on such a huge piece.

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Spot-on rig, nice tribute to ur dad

Excellent conversion. Very cool gesture.

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Clayton , Glad to see that you put up another picture of that rig !

 

 

  Be Well

    Gator

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On 4/3/2018 at 7:14 PM, DrKerry said:

Beautiful rig!!!

Thank you.

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