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A pair of K100's

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The purple K100 was built by me almost 20years ago and the cream one was built this year both are straight from the box comments welcome

Doobie

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Cool pair

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Very nice..

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Nice job on those K100s.

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Thanks guy it means alot to me that you like them :)

Doobie

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Really nice work, Mark. I take it the cream one is the Revell kit, what about the blue truck? I have a real soft spot for big rigs built to look subtle, rather than as show trucks. How did you handle the fuel tank? I see you have removed the seam, how did you then re-finish it?

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Good looking trucks! Ithink I like the white one best. I'm working on a yellow flat top at the moment.

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Great job.

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Really nice work, Mark. I take it the cream one is the Revell kit, what about the blue truck? I have a real soft spot for big rigs built to look subtle, rather than as show trucks. How did you handle the fuel tank? I see you have removed the seam, how did you then re-finish it?

Hi simon both the trucks are the same kits the tanks are fairly easy to do. You just glue the two halfs sand the seams flat and smooth then the tanks have been alclad chromed.

Doobie

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Very nice looking trucks

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Thanks gordon

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Good stuff...Looks like 20 years of sitting on a shelf has taken it's toll....Very well done...

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