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I must be sick!!!Or is the new Project Sick........Huuuuuumm

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Was bored this morning and had some free time........LOL!!!

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Ok heres the sick part!! i couldnt leave well enough alone! I HAD TO make it work too.............. :twisted:

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Couple more pics, gettin some details on it.......

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That is sweet MJ. Where do you come up with these ideas?

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That is sweet MJ. Where do you come up with these ideas?

My Brain is on over load with weird stuff like this.............

So much to build from ideas just not enough time to do it.wanted to do that one years ago.........

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I like it. Great work.

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The only thing on my mind for the use of your project is the new Revell Choppers, perfect to build a nice truck to haul it, very imaginative on your part, I wish I had the talent to scratch build..... :roll:

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Cool!

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Frankly, I think it's a very nice scratchbuilding project and could benefit from a little weathering.

Very cool project!

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Added a Bike for the trailer,also the taillites...(which were done by cutting Alum tubing,and diggin thru the parts bin for a set of round lights)......Also added Valve stems to the tires......(been hooked on doing them so why stop now)

Also scratch built a trailer hitch for the pickup,Like what you would see on a farm truck, nothing fancy but did the trick back then........(for strenght i used straight pins to hold it on the truck, much better then using plain old super glue which will let go some time down the road.......)

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Frankly, I think it's a very nice scratchbuilding project and could benefit from a little weathering.

Very cool project!

Thanks Jairus!

I think maybe you are right, but i would like to add it to the bottom of the trailer (might be hard to see) but still a good idea..............

As far as the top side (isnt that supposed to be the shiny side :twisted: )

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