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This is the AITM cab kit, sitting on a scratchbuilt frame with C600 suspension and axles, and a scratch built early '50's ford 9' Express bed. It's done up as a long-neglected old truck dealer's rolling business card. 

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Very cool build! Nice work!!

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oooohh!!! That looks just like something one would find out in a field somewhere. Great job on that one.

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8 hours ago, DRIPTROIT 71 said:

Very cool build! Nice work!!

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another one from the truck guru, kewl

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Very believable weathering, I love the headlight socket wiring!  Great job.

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:wub:  I LOVE that old girl. Seriously. Always had a thing for real working trucks.

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Nice to see this aitm  2 ton cab build. Grill detail is impressive. These trucks are very versatile as a dump, wrecker, tractor and flatbed as well. Great job on the 9' Flareside which I believe was used up to '72 on single wheel F 350's..

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There's such a gap in the modeling world of these middle weight trucks that it's always great to see them show up. You did a great job on a truck with a lot of character.

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Looks fantastic!!

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Looks Great!! Chuck

Dennis

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Really great build Chuck! 

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I always enjoy seeing your work Chuck. You have a knack for capturing the gritty commercial part of transportation.

David G.

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