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2012 POST APOCALYPSE/ZOMBIE HUNTER COMMUNITY BUILD

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Mike, WOW--Barry Hasker will be proud!--this is headed in a beautiful direction!

Thanks Dr Cranky.His builds are amazing.I googled Post Apocalypes models when i decided to join and alot of his and your models came up.

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MAGNETS (Part 2)

Wow, that's it, that should give you some idea of the madness behind some of these builds.

Have fun and go crazy, and remember: NO STRESS & NO PRISONERS!

speehless on the magnets so awesome

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I am still undecided on what I am going to build but have a few I deas, but I have a few things on the bench right now that I need to get out of the way first , one of them is a contest build.

like the good Dr says, more EYE CANDY please :lol:

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I'll be in as soon as Uncle Sam kicks some extra funds my way.Super work done so far people!Also not sure what to build.So many ideas already being done,makes it hard to come up with something.Keep up the great work folks.

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Made some progress today. Even a scout vehicle needs some firepower.

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im gonna quote kriss from red jacket on this one. "OH MY GAWD A CANNON"

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woke up early this morning and it finally hit me...working on the latest Zombie hunter its called "CheveHell"..all im gonna say for now...below is the 1st stage of the build...and i also got 2 sets of those So Real Concept tires in the mail yesterday....happy hunting... B)

Donor car...

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Stage 1

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You are making good progress, and you've definitely picked out a good subject. Now, keep it going . . . people are posting so fast that it's easy to miss something. Also, I recommend everyone keeps pouring back over the thread, 10 pages at a time, so as not to MISS anything, and keep enjoying the amazing eye candy you guys are posting.

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Oh, and what is this phrase "pace ourselves", Doc?

It seems foreign to me....

If it's foreign sounding to you, imagine how it sounds to me. LOL! Giddy up, giddy down, keep the cattle moving, rawhide! RAWHIDE! :lol:

LOL, Dale, that build alone is going to take up 48 inches of the diorama! How cool is that! WOW!

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Hey guys I just got an idea someone might like. I'm sure many of you aren't old enough to remember a manual or reel(non-engine powered) lawn mover, but you can probably Google a picture of one. Think of six revolving blades cutting grass against a fixed edge.

And since we're supposed to be mowing down zombies....................

It doesn't fit in with my build, but if someone else wants to give t a try, that might look wicked on a larger scale in the front of a vehicle, chain driven perhaps?

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Rob M, no idea is too "crazy" an idea for our type of builds. Keep sharing the gold!

I have a bulldozer kit here (AMT) that's just crying out to be built as a "bulldozing Zombie mobile"!

LOL!

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Aloha everyone this subject is blowing up. I had to be apart of the build. From what I seen so far amazing work. This is going to be the first time building in this style. Did some resource and gathered all kind different parts. Got a good idea. Hope you guys like it. I started out with a Peterbilt. photo-56.jpg cut the sleep cab off used front clip of frame. Scratchbuilt frame. Wheels made from PVC pipe with semi wheels.photo-57.jpg still have alot to do. Gas tanks more guns and detail work. photo-58.jpgphoto-59.jpg

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Rylan and Roger, you guys are moving at a good clip, producing some very cool builds. Keep 'em going.

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Ron, I just saw you upload the video. Man, I love the way this vehicle is turning out. You are on the right track, and it's a great idea to use stencils in an urban camo color and patterns.

Now all you gotta do is fling a little dirt on those wheels! Wow.

Keep your TZH SQUAD vehicles coming because Doctor Cranky is making good progress on the "HIGHWAY TO HELL" project:

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