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Dave and Edie Cox`s : High Country "Thunder Van" On the Workbench 4/12/20

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Unbelievable!! I am always in awe of your knowledge and abilities.. I usually don’t have much to say. I just admire from afar. I am looking forward to more progress on this.

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Hey Buddy, I like it!

Where did you get the disc brakes...they look real nice

tires look good also

c'ya 😎

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This is some awesome stuff Johnny Boy!!! The chassis turned out great and it’s looking sweet all painted it up.  Love the look of the rolling chassis. You sure are Truckin’ along on this build. Looks like Johnny got his groove back. Keep up the Killer work Brother!!

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John does not have a "comfort zone".   There is nothing he won't attempt to build AND be successful in pulling it off.  Love the progress John and the chassis looks great in color now.    Best to ya',  tim

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Hello ......thanks Guys so much for the kind comments......I really do appreciate them😃......I made the brake line   T`s and routed the front and rear hard lines......I made some cockpit tins and  shifters and linkage and added the seat and seat belt harness........thanks for looking

 

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I really can’t add much that hasn’t already been said John, but this is epic ! I enjoy watching your models come together.

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Look at you go Johnny. Stunning details you are adding to this bad boy. Its looking great as usual. Awesome Update!

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Amazing work sir!!  Fantastic!

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S-W-E-E-T John.  

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John’s work always adds a smile to my day. This one is no exception!  Great work, as usual, Johnny.

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Superb job on the frame Mr Teresi.  The routing of the hard lines is particularly well done and the details in the cockpit is very well crafted!

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Hello......thank you all so very much for the kind comments .......I really do appreciate them😀.......I got the engine painted Alclad and installed ......I made some fittings and  plumbed part of the engine.......I still need to add more plumbing.......I made a gauge box and some fuel tanks and got them installed ......I also made the driver tins and got that installed ......I will finish up the plumbing and add a few more details to the chassis and do some light weathering......thanks for looking.

 

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This is sure looking great and moving along really nice. You are making great progress as usual. Going to look even better when you add your weathering touch to this Bad Boy! Keep up the awesome work Brother

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John...

How do you build so fast and just how many 1/25th scale mechanics do you have employed?

Incredible work that is truly inspiring. 

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Hello.......Jimmy ,Chris, Kurt  and Curt Raitz......thank you for the kind comments I really do appreciate them........I got the rest of the plumbing done on the engine....I added the battery and the electric motor to raise the body......and I lightly weathered the engine......I will start to prep the body for paint next.....thanks for looking.

 

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