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Hello, everybody!

I think you have already seen models of Ducks and Pigpens from the Convoy.

Here is some new truck from this famous movie.

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Your replica is fantastic!!!!  Did you "scratch build" the load on the trailer?

DJ

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Superb build and very realistic, put in a different background you'd think these were the real deal.

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Wow that is beautiful! Did you use the AMT kit for the 352?

 

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Wow !!! Very realistic, awesome details . Outstanding work !!! ūüĎćūüĎćūüĎć

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Great job on this tractor and trailer combo!  One of the most realistic versions of the 352 I've ever seen. Especially like the work done to the front axle, it is steerable, and it has been narrowed to sit perfectly in the front fenders!

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There is so much to say about this one! First of all you captured the original perfectly! The added details, the wipers, the cab latch, the grill, the load and tarp  on the the trailer, the corner glasses on the windshield, the opening doors and the perfect weathering are just a few of the upgrades which add to this great build. I agree this is one of the best 352 that I have ever seen.

Excellent work!!

Edited by DRIPTROIT 71

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Thanks, guys! I'm glad you like it.

8 hours ago, TECHMAN said:

Did you "scratch build" the load on the trailer?

Yes, the load is fully scratch build. I also modified AMT flatbed trailer and lowered it 4mm at the back.

2 hours ago, Safire6 said:

Did you use the AMT kit for the 352

Yes I do. I shorted  wheelbase on 10mm, modified front axle, made some new details: air filter, exhaust support, cab lift hydraulic cylinders, grill, mirrors, door handles and some other.

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Sir, You NAILED IT! The load crates are spot on! Most impressive. You definitely took a vision and made it a reality.

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I agree with the other comments, very nice work there.

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Excellent job on the Peterbilt.  Vey well done.

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Excellent work... Awesome photography... Incredibly detailed, super nice build... I know I'm impressed, for sure...

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Excellent work on your 352  and great detail!!!  Wonderfully done sir...

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Incredible job on this!  No details missed here… love the opening doors to reveal the 352 interior!

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DJ Moore, 

Geoff Brown, 

Larry Dailey, 

Steve Broerman,

Bisiaux Philippe,

tommy iknow,

Brian Smith,

Helmut M√ľllner,

Doug Edwards,

Bill Newcomer,

Håkan Persson,

Chris Roos,

James Bongiovanni,

Rick McLane,

JT Williams,

carl slusher,

Steve Cambouris,

GEOFFREY WALLER,

THANK YOU FOR YOUR COMENTS!

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Great job!  I've often thought of building some of the other trucks from the movie.

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On 11/21/2020 at 12:43 AM, Warren D said:

Great job!  I've often thought of building some of the other trucks from the movie.

Thanks, Warren!

I grew up on this  movie. In my childhood it was impossible to find any information about those ancient trucks,  no books, no magazines, no internet, nothing. Only those old trucking movies. That's why I've watched them hundreds of times and remember every truck, even used for minor action.

And now i want to enjoy seeing them on my shelves.

 

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