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1974 Dodge Bighorn - Done!!!

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Can't wait to see the finished pictures Pat. Looks great 👍 

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Can't wait to see the finished pictures Pat. Looks great 👍 

Here they are Dan, warts and all.

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I'd say that's a job well done.

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WOW Pat, that looks great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm thinking ya need a taller shop door though!!!!!! B)

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WOW Pat, that looks great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm thinking ya need a taller shop door though!!!!!! B)

I was wondering how long it would take before someone noticed it. :D

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Looks great to me! Man, the track on that front axle is deceptively thin!

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I was wondering how long it would take before someone noticed it. :D

LOL, Right!!!!!!

That or removable stacks!!!!!

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Awesome. 

 

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PAT!
  Excellent performance of one of my favorite trucks! There is everything that should be on it !!!
Bravo!

I also collected this model. So I can judge about the level of your work.
If you are interested in this: http://trucksinscale.com/galereya/dodge-big-horn

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Thanks guys. Check out Sergey's version. His front track is better. In my case, pulling off the front wheels would likely break the axle end so they'd likely wind up not turning. But I must admit, it bothers me too.

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Excellent Job Pat! This really came together in a great way. The purple motor is the the icing on the cake. One little tip if I may, your rear rims should be popped inside the tires. That outer chrome lip should be inside the tire.

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I really like what you've come up with! I like the Allis emblems on the hood! Nice touch!! That is the best Big Allis that I've seen in scale! I really like the color combo too! Great work all around!

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Excellent Job Pat! This really came together in a great way. The purple motor is the the icing on the cake. One little tip if I may, your rear rims should be popped inside the tires. That outer chrome lip should be inside the tire.

Done. Thanks for the pointer Terry.

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excellent job on the truck it looks great

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Awesome build. Really enjoyed following your progress !

 

 

Be Well

 Gator

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You did a nice job on this.

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Thanks guys.

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I would need some financial backup.

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Government bailout

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Oustanding work.

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