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LI'L YELLER

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Hi...this is my version of the LI'L YELLER by AMT. I did some modifications to the model: Cut down the side window panels , Cut open the door , Bus driver , Rear rubber tires , painted the windows with Tamiya clear red. The kit has great decals , but no space for the school name decal , so I built two small side panels below the windows for the decals.....Barbo.

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Miguel, I added codes so your pictures show. Also, is Boondock a spanish word? - moderator

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Cool hot rod!

Saludos,

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Cool truck. Bus. Rod. Boondock is probably from the southern hills of the US- when somebody lives in the remotest corner of the woods, they're referred to as 'living in the boondocks'.

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I just bought the re-issue of this model, I think they are cool 8) 8) Nice job on yours man...............

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Nice work! I have never seen this kit built. Would you mind if i add this to my archives? www.thedpmcc.com/instructionsintro.html admin@thedpmcc.com thanks!

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Hi.....and thanks for all your comments , The word 'Boondock' is not a spanish word, is a very old word that refers to a rural, brushy and remote area or community. This model kit include this decal , so I use the figures 'SOUL JAHS' by Steve James. I think these figures add a great realisim to the diorama. There is no problem in using any photo of my models, awbcrazy . Thank you Gregg for the codes......Barbo

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Hi.....and thanks for all your comments , The word 'Boondock' is not a spanish word, is a very old word that refers to a rural, brushy and remote area or community. This model kit include this decal , so I use the figures 'SOUL JAHS' by Steve James. I think these figures add a great realisim to the diorama. There is no problem in using any photo of my models, awbcrazy . Thank you Gregg for the codes......Barbo

Thank you Miguel! :D

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