Chevy Titan 90 and Lifestock Trailer

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Hey Everyone,

here it comes, what i wrote in Brian Harmons aka "camaro73" beautiful Truck.

My Chevy Titan with Lifestock Trailer.

The truck started out of the trash and some parts were lost. Also, in the "partsbag" were parts, they wont fit to it - but: i love challenges!

So my plan was from the beginning, to make a used truck. A little bit of rust, a little bit of rubbish in the cabin...

Next part was the trailer that was built and attached to a Marmon truck. I took it from the shelf and had only to make a paintjob. Two times. No big thing, just to try it.

Enough of words, here are the pictures. Have fun with it:

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Thats it. Comments always welcome - say what you thing ;)

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Very nice grungy old truck,You do a great job weathering.

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Fantastic job.

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Nice build, the weathering is so realistic..

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Nice work on this , very realistic weathering.

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Nice truck ,love the weathering

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Yes, Sir...Absolutely a very nice job on this one...Very well weathered and detailed...Keep it up...

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Impressive.........You hit it on the head...

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Great look. Nice weathering and detail.

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Wow. Used and bruised. Excellent job!!

B)

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E X C E L L E N T ! ! ! !

Kostas.

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This truck and trailer just look good together. I'm working on the same combo, in blue and white... I hope mine turns out as nice as yours.

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Nice work! The "new" parts you added actually look better than the originals. Nice weathering.

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well worked rig

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It has a very natural look to it, so much so that it could be the real thing. Did you also include the smell? :wacko:

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The tires that you used look slightly-larger than the kit-supplied tires; do you know where or what kit those tires came from? Are they resin?

This is a great looking build; it is exactly as they appear in my home-state of Iowa, the hog-producing capital of the world! I can almost smell the odor that rides along with these rigs wherever they go!

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Outstanding job! There are a lot of these on the road here in the States and you nailed the look!

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Great job nice work!!!

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That thing looks like a DOT cops dream! What a rolling nightmare haha great build, the weathering looks soo good on his truck. Super job man!

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Awesome! Man that's cool.

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Thank you very much for kind comments! I appreciate it.

This truck and trailer just look good together. I'm working on the same combo, in blue and white... I hope mine turns out as nice as yours.

...i hope, you make a "newer" truck? ;)

It has a very natural look to it, so much so that it could be the real thing. Did you also include the smell? :wacko:

:lol: no, it doesn't smell like it looks.

Edited by Dominik

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The tires that you used look slightly-larger than the kit-supplied tires; do you know where or what kit those tires came from? Are they resin?[...]

Sorry for late responde. The wheels were in the box with the truck. I think, they are the original ones, because my "GMC" (looks like this one) has the same wheels. Perhaps, they look larger while i painted them?

The new Titan (reissues) has the same wheels, also the Ford Stake Truck.

Thanks again for your comments ;)

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Great job! I like the papers on the dash. Glad my computer does'nt have a smell ck on it. Good looking rig.

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Beautiful weathering! This rig looks like it has about 300,000-400,000 miles on it. Perfect.

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this kind of build we see in trucks model world. major league.

outstanding job. i like it from all angle. just that the windshield is too clean... make a big crack in it with the x-acto..congrats!

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