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1950’s Peterbilt cabover


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One of the latest builds. Still needs a few odds and ends but I’m calling it finished. I purchased a resin 3D printer a few months back and have been doing more printing than building. The rear wheels, tires, and hubs are all resin 3-D prints from scale speed garage. The train horns are also from scale speed. If you guys get a chance and move into 3-D printing, these guys are great and have a ton of files ready to print. . i’m also in the process of learning fusion 360 and designing fuel tanks door panels cab panels and whatever else I can think of. Hope you guys like the pics. 

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12 hours ago, DRIPTROIT 71 said:

That is one sharp looking Peterbilt! Excellent work! It looks just right with the old school big stick on the back.

Thanks Brian! I think it looks cool with the wrecker on it too.

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6 hours ago, gatorincebu said:

 

  Brian ,

           Nice work on that one ! I remember trucks like that from when I was young .

 

   Be Well

    Gator

Thanks Gator! Must have been really cool to see these going down the road. 

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