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Anthony Oteri, 9 Oct 2006
Posted 9 Oct 2006
This is the final product
This is the absolute 100% final product, Iam all done making changes, I think. Thanks for looking!
Hmmmm...I saw that at Classic Plastic yesterday.
Nice job. VERY nice job actually.
I never met a Huskie I didn't like (or Pete, KW, Mack, or any truck for that matter). I think it would have looked better with a chrome bumper, but that's just personal taste. Speaking of Brockways, I'll have to grab some pics of the 358, 359, 361 and 761's that a friend of mine's dad owns. At any rate, that's one nice rig.
Posted 10 Oct 2006
An absolute piece of quality workmanship. So may I ask, what is next on your build "wish-list" ?
The trailer with the roll-tarp is just plain "neat"
Thanks for the compliments.
For the chrome/stainless steel/aluminum/steel/copper...what-so-ever(requiring a metal finish) please consider the Alclad II paint..just let it dry for a few days..I was scared to death to try it..after I did..I enjoyed painting with it the most. (need an airbrush of course)
I would be very more interested if you can point me in the right direction for the tarp you made from scratch, as my next project will require one to be fabricated. Again, it never amazes me what you guys can do.
Posted 20 Nov 2006
Looks good. Your tarp system is something I might add to my Autocar's dump trailer. there was an article in Car Modeler's Building model Trucks column that showed how to make one but I can't find that article. Any tips on making it?
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