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John Teresi

1937 Plymouth Truck with an Air Radial Engine: On the Workbench 10/18/18

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36 minutes ago, John Teresi said:

few more WIP pics......thanks for looking

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John... That Interior is Killer... Impressive Work you done there!

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Absolutely incredible work !! Without a doubt the best stuff on the forums right now.

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Wow wow wow wow this is better than I thought it was going to be. 

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The detail work is incredible..................................absolutely amazing! WOW!!!!!

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Ive gone a similar route with my L700 1710 cu. in. Allison v12

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Hello.......thank you all so very much for the kind comments.......I really do appreciate them:).......I did some work in the trunk area.....I made a fire bottle, Fuel Tank, over flow tank.....I added a gas cap and electric fuel pump.......I attached the rear suspension and rear wheels ......the Moon Wheel Caps are from "Parts by Parks".......I made made a  bunch of parts for the interior cab......I also made the 2 sets of dual brakes......I used "Pro Tech" nut and bolt ends,detailing wired some rubber fuel line.........I also installed the glass and the engine.......thanks for looking

 

 

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Amazed!!  There appears to be nothing you can't do in scale lil' brother and you make it so convincing.

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That is some pretty cool stuff that is going on with this build. As Brad said, is there anything you can't do. Awesome work. This has been a fun build to follow along. I know you have to be extremely close to the finish line on this one. Makes me wonder what you will start next.

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Hello......Brad,Chris,Rick.....thanks guys for the kind comments I really do appreciate them:).......I got the front suspension on and the front wheels.......I modified a front fan and got it attached.......I got the pulleys and belt on.........thanks for looking

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And a few more........thanks for looking

 

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Really nice work here John !

Always like seeing your Alclad work,..do you clear it with Aqua Gloss before touching it ?

Cheers

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22 minutes ago, Belugawrx said:

Really nice work here John !

Always like seeing your Alclad work,..do you clear it with Aqua Gloss before touching it ?

Cheers

I had the same question. I can never handle my Alclad much after applying and it looks like you'd have to handle this model a lot during the construction process.

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No....I don’t clear coat the Alclad......I try not to handle the Alclad as much as possible .....I use soft tissues to handle .....and if some rubs off , I just re-Alclad what ever area rubbed off

thanks

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John... You sure are Trucking along on this build. Every detail is looking good. I am sure it will be a sight to see in person. and you may just have to wear B) to look at it.

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Your detail is so impressive. Fantastic model.

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It's terrifying! I love it!

David G.

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