1/16th KW K-100 Sorry no more pics......

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That is some impressive work man! B)

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The interior is coming up great, as is the rest of it as well, are you going to add all the rivets as well?

Yeah, Micro mark makes them in decal form..Robert Nagle put them on his cabover, And they look pretty convincing!! And the 3rd Dash you were asking about, Was a simple difference...A bigger glove box in front of the passenger seat... Thanks

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That is some impressive work man! B)

Thanks Brian!!

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Heres an update, The rivet decals from Micro-Mark came in the other day and did some more work to the grille and exhaust.So heres some pics...IMG_2856.jpgIMG_2858.jpgIMG_2860.jpgIMG_2863.jpgIMG_2868.jpgIMG_2865.jpg The rivet decals idea came from Robert Nagle...Thanks Robert!!!

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That's a lot of rivits!

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This really is a one of one! Keep up the good work, we'll be watching!

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That's a lot of rivits!

I've seen these in the catalog....looks like I need to get a set or two...very nice, Kurt

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I've seen these in the catalog....looks like I need to get a set or two...very nice, Kurt

You get 2 sheets per order not 1!! It's a pretty good deal too...

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Alittle suggestion, when I go to do rivets I mostly use cloth pins with the silver metal head on.

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Hey everyone!! Just some update pics on the progress.Exhaust gantry and air intake plumbing...IMG_2869.jpgIMG_2870.jpgIMG_2871.jpgIMG_2874.jpgIMG_2880.jpgIMG_2878.jpgIMG_2888.jpg Thanks for following along!!

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That's really looking great, MIA. You have some serious scratchbuilding tallent.

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That's really looking great, MIA. You have some serious scratchbuilding tallent.

Thanks Jim!! I appreciate that!!

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Roy,

Now that is really coming along and really starting to take shape, keep those updates coming

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Not sure what I am supposed to be laughing at- looks like a fantastic job so far. B)

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Doing an amazing job! Looks great! Monogram should have done this instead of the W900, we would have had a cabover KW and a conventional Pete. I call it variety.

A 1/16 PETE 352H "Doublebunk" is in the near future!! And a scratchbuilt Detroit Buzzin' Dozen......

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Evergreen & Plastruct must love you!

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Evergreen & Plastruct must love you!

LOL!! Yeah, I'm workin' on being a stockholder....

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More progress!! IMG_2890.jpgIMG_2891.jpgIMG_2901.jpgIMG_2895.jpgIMG_2899.jpg Thanks for following along!!!

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12v71 wasn't availble in the 352H. 352 yes, H no. Nothing for the 12v71 was developed for the 352H.

Engines factory installed in the H:

8v92 - standard

KTA450

KTC450

KTA525

KTA600 (a whopping $6,800 uprade in '78) Needed deep core radiator and 5" exhaust.

3408DIT

3408PCTA

3408PCTA became standard in H for '78.

The 12v71 was out of the price book by '77.

Tim

A 1/16 PETE 352H "Doublebunk" is in the near future!! And a scratchbuilt Detroit Buzzin' Dozen......

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12v71 wasn't availble in the 352H. 352 yes, H no. Nothing for the 12v71 was developed for the 352H.

Engines factory installed in the H:

8v92 - standard

KTA450

KTC450

KTA525

KTA600 (a whopping $6,800 uprade in '78) Needed deep core radiator and 5" exhaust.

3408DIT

3408PCTA

3408PCTA became standard in H for '78.

The 12v71 was out of the price book by '77.

Tim

You are correct Tim!! I forgot to put in that this is going to be a custom 1 of a kind truck. Thanks for helping with clearing things up !!!

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Awesome Job!

I wish I could do bodywork.

I've got a sleeper for one of my WIP 1/16th KW's I wish I could stretch.

Fantastic work!

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Hey Everyone!! As promised,Heres a few more progress pics...I had to prime the cab so I could see what I need to get right in the bodywork and detail work. I actually think its going to turn out very well!!! IMG_2905.jpgIMG_2906.jpgIMG_2907.jpgIMG_2908.jpgIMG_2909.jpgIMG_2910.jpg Thanks for followin' along!!

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Hey Everyone!! As promised,Heres a few more progress pics...I had to prime the cab so I could see what I need to get right in the bodywork and detail work. I actually think its going to turn out very well!!!

...........Thats quite an understatment,I have been totally amazed from the start of this Kenny!!

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This is shaping up nicely Roy. Looking forward to seeing some paint on the cab!

Jim

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Hey Everyone!! Just a little update...I will post more pics/info very soon as I am working on finishing a Comission build of a MOVIN' ON W-9 for a friend of mine in Tennessee. Then I will be back on this one "Hot and heavy" in order to have it ready for the ACME NNL Southern Nationals in November!! It will be close...But, I think I'll make it!! LOL!! Thanks for all the great and positive comments Guy's!!! Roy

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