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Sergey

Paulie Hauling's "Love Machine"

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Hey friends! Look what I've done! This is the first version of accumulator terminal

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I didn't liked it, so I remade them:

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Here it is on wheels!:

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Do not pay attention to wires (rubbers). I will put them in place later. :)

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There are ties for hoses. I tired to fasten tose ties. They often tear at hole walls, which are 0.1mm sometimes:

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Desided to make door upholstery:

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...and sits too:

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It looked just like that in the movie:

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Sergy

The detail on this is just fantastic, love what you have done and how you do it

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Wow, very, very nice work, Sergey!

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Just went thru this whole thread, this thing is insane your a true craftsmen, now i need to see the completed work.

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WOW,I hope you have a model show somewheres near you to take this to,because it deserves an award.

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WOW,I hope you have a model show somewheres near you to take this to,because it deserves an award.

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Thank you my friends for kind words!

Of course I will take it to model show, that starts in two months. I hope I'll be in time.

Let's continue!

For those who will follow my footsteps: bear in mind that exhaust pipes are slightly short from a turbine to left silenser. I was have to join two pipes using 5 min. epoxy with 2mm gap between pipes. This space was covered by a clamp:

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Last time I've forgot to show a plumbing to oil warning sensor, speed sensor and clach hose:

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There are silensers, air hoses and cab jack rams were added:

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Couple general viwes

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Now let's make fuel tanks. Here you can see what have I used:

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This really is an exceptional standard of workmanship. Superb!

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Unbelievable work...Very, very, nice...Nothing I would EVER attempt...

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Sergey, please take this in the good way that I mean it... You, Sir, are a MANIAC!!! You have more talent nin your little finger than I have in my entire body... Every time I look at this build, it blows me away. It challenges me to push the envelope of my own skill sets and reach to that next level! I have a K123 COE that I've started that I'm going to try plumbing and wiring the engine and chassis. This will be a first for me... Thanks for the inspiration!

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Thank you my friends!

I'm glad to be your inspiration Chris.

Finally the cab with it's full dress:

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By the way the pink strip is 2mm short in the upper cab point. Note this fack who will use Jbot decals. I Added pieces from spare.

Fuel tanks and some chassis decals:

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Feel free to ask questions.

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Sergey you are a true craftsman love it and i cant wait to see it finished are you doing the cattletrailer to ? or should that be pig trailer ha ha

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If you told me that these were pictures from a Mack brochure I would buy it with no doubt. It is incredible. Big respect from me.

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Sergey

It's all in the detail, and wow, it has some detail, and is slowly coming together nicely

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not even complete and it's a thing of beauty!!! fantastic i must say. :rolleyes:

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Oh man this is pure genius. The art of super detailing has taken a quantum leap here boys. This kind of craftsmanship is why I came to this forum. Sergey, KUDOS man that's one fantsmagoricle model.

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Thank you again, friends!

I'm starting to build live stock trailer and need some help.

Can anyone point me to photos of trailer side door locks. I couldn't get well pictures from a movie.

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Hi Sergey! Did you guess the trailer manufacturer? I think something is written on the mud flaps, but can't read what.

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