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C&S Freight Lines (DONE!)

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Hey fellas. I'll calling it quits on this one and it's ready to roll!!! This project was started in 2008.

There are some small repairs that need to be done to this having moved and being in storage but right now I have no desire to fix them! The name C&S Freightlines is fictious. My former girlfriend of 14 years had always asked me to incorperate our names into a project since I got back into truck modeling 11+ years ago. So the C is the first letter of her name and the S is the first in my name. Well we broke up less than a year ago so I guess a project has taken too long when it outlasts your relationship. LMAO!!! So here it is. The latest picture is a little blurry I no longer have a digital camera. That pic was taken and downloaded off my cell. I'm still on the fence deciding to keep this or do the repairs mount everything on a stained base and sell it?

Thanks for looking!!! And it might take a second or two for all the pictures to completely scroll and rotate thru so grab ya a fresh cup of coffee,cold soda/pop or a frosty bottle of beer and relax for a few. LOL

http://www.flickr.com/photos/9495602@N02/sets/72157628408123233/

Edited by Semi Trailer Mechanic

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Posted · Report post

Great looking Cruiseliner! Love the details.

How do you post a slideshow?

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Jim

Didn't the two trailers and dolly show as well? Or did ya not check em' all out? As far as how did I get the pics to scroll like that?

It's like Calgon detergent.....Ancient Chinese Secret HA HAAAAA

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Oh, yes, the trailers show up. I was just so floored by the Cruiseliner that I forgot to comment on them.

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I like it, the weathering is nice and subtle. Wonderful model for your collection, and perfect eye candy for us.

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Scott,

Excellent details and weathering. Superb project and one to be proud of.

Dave

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Scott, Outstanding looking trailers,and dolly

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excellent detail, the inside of the pan looks spot on, nice, real nice

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I have never seen another trailer detailed to the bone as these. Gotta love the wooden detailing. Like Dr.Cranky said, eye candy comes to mind. Is the Mack going to pull these little "Pup"pies?? Hehehe...

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