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Jordan White

Radwood 2018 - Officially open!

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Chassis glued together, painted and sectioned to get rid of the almost 4x4-like ride height it gets out of the box.

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Alright, finally got started! :D

As you may remember, I'm building a 1991 Bronco Centurion in the Nite trim. I'm starting with a built Monogram Bronco, and one of the Monogram F250 kits. The F250 cab was already cut down to make it into a regular cab, but I didn't do the best job cutting it and figured it would be good for this build. I cut off the front of the Bronco to get it to the correct length, and now just need to change out the rear wheelwells and fill in the roof. I also shortened the chassis, but didn't get a picture of it.

Starting kit:

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Front and back combined:

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Rough height with a set of Mud King XT tires from Fireball Modelworks, and the 8-lug wheels from the 78 GMC 4x4 kit.

40027670474_63ebca65d9_b.jpgSAM_0281 by mudder_trucker8

Edited by Jordan White

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If mother nature would smarten up, I'd be able to get in the garage and start painting my entry.

Ugh. Weather.

 

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I'm probably going to just extend the date seeing as there hasn't been much done yet, especially for myself!

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Seems like this one died, but I'm continuing now on my Esprit. Painted Tamiya TS97, black and yellow interior, wheels are Speedlines from Hasegawas XJS, narrowed up front, painted black with yellow anodized nuts...

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