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Hi, I saw a picture of a crew cab superliner & decided to build one, A gentleman at a model show gave me a box of bits some yearrs back, in this box was parts of the can do wrecker & a Italeri frame with cummins motor, This is the start of the project, 2 resin cabs were used cut & joined with plastic card, The roof filled with balsawood , I will make a frame extension from card & perspex & hopefully all other bits from the spares stash. this is more like recycling than a new build.

Hers a few pics to start with.

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Hi, Thanks for the comments . I extended the frame & repaired the front axle with ali tube & cut down nails, Because the frame is long & empty looking i added some basic plumbing, The lift axle is scratch built along the lines of the original, the grill was also repaired, new hinges made & mack letters added, The cab still needs more work although it`s in primer.

Thanks for looking.

Graham.

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Hi, Off to a slow start, but finaly got the frame painted, Rear wheels are italeri, Front are resin tyres & revell wheel with italeri rim, The body had been sprayed with cellulose on plastic ,so i decided to not waste time trying to make it good & make new parts, as i go , wheels & stacks are  chrome  alclad, this is it so far. Thanks for looking Graham.

 

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