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Let's see those Dodges

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Dodges are the overlooked semi trucks. There have been several builders on this forum who have built some great looking Dodge Semi trucks. Having finished my wrecker, I thought that it would be nice to see them all together.

Here's my two

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33245479105_9e08c26d53_k.jpgDodge Bighorn by Brian Smith, on Flickr

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Nice looking Big Horn I have a pic of a CNT Dodge I built when I was about 16yrs old I will keep looking for it and post when I find it

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I have several Dodges planned (A Big Horn, a L1000, & a D-300), but this is the only Dodge I've finished: 1969 L700.

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Here's my three

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Excellent builds guys!! Thanks for posting!!

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These are fantastic! A great variety of different trucks. I have some of the L700 kits, but I'd like to know the sources for the other DODGES you guys have here.

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In my case, the Bighorn is a Frontier Resins piece and the CNT 900 is from AITM.

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Here’s my selection of Dodge trucks. 

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5 hours ago, Bucky said:

These are fantastic! A great variety of different trucks. I have some of the L700 kits, but I'd like to know the sources for the other DODGES you guys have here.

Thanks! My cabover is from a caster that no longer exists, but A.I.T.M. makes an even better version. My Bighorn is from RMR resin and it is still available.

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These are all excellent builds! Thanks for posting!!! They look great!!

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I forgot about my 39 Dodge. 

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Excellent examples!! Thanks for posting!

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Here's mine.....built from the IMC L-700 kit when it was first released back in 1969.  I remember being blown away by the level of detailing and engraving on this kit.  Built over the summer of 1969 with the Phil Jensen "Tale of Two Trucks" article in Car Model in the background.....

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PS - great work on those LTL 1000 models, you guys.  Wow....they look just like the real thing.   Same on the full size and cab forward conventionals.....TIM 

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Here are a couple that I built. Both are the original IMC kits and were Ebay gluebombs that I rebuilt. Love these L-Series trucks.

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Great job on all the Dodge truck builds guys. Thanks.

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More excellent examples!! Thanks for posting!! Keep them coming!!

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