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more filling and fileing,  put molding details all around,  frame, need to figure out axles, cowl is now attached along with rear fenders and front fenders.

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You might consider using a larger size rear wheeleel/tire combo in The back considering the size and weight of a vehicle that size. Not being critical,just an observation. Enjoy the holiday and stay safe.

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I’m really enjoying this build - never saw one of these before!

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misterNNL's suggestion for larger rear tires and maybe even larger wheel openings might be a consideration. Maybe duel rear wheels or some large Pro Stock type tires with a taller sidewall ? 

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Danny at Scenes Unlimited has period correct front and dual rear wheels.

Top notch products and a great guy to deal with!

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On ‎7‎/‎4‎/‎2020 at 6:25 PM, Flynlo said:

Danny at Scenes Unlimited has period correct front and dual rear wheels.

Top notch products and a great guy to deal with!

I looked at them .They look perfect for this build! They are listed as BB rims.

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Glen, I'm enjoying the work, but there is no reason to start a new thread for each update. Just add more photos to the original thread. When the moderators see multiple threads for one project, they are gonna combine them to keep things tidy, so you're just making more work for guys that are doing it, unpaid.

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Bump!  Now we can see another episode in the continuing story, coming along nice too!

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Really good, this is so inspiring.  I didn't read all the other comments but what glue are you using on the bus body?

 

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