1/16 peterbilt cabover

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Very nice

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Justin,

You have done great work on this one for sure. You have captured the 70s look with a big success.

But looking the fourth picture, the bumper looks a little bit wider than the cab.

Otherwise this is a great built.

Kostas.

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Looks really nice. I like the details you put into this.

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awesome

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I like it alot especially the front head on shot. Nice!!

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its look good you should jckssk ku d have done jzuhhfolizmn, jynarb me

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Very nice looking Pete

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now that's a fine truck.... :)

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This thing looks awesome...I love that Texas bumper and those fenders...Outstanding work...Love the paint scheme, too....You do some mighty fine work, my friend...

Edited by kilrathy10

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Justin that is outstanding . the only thing i would change is the air cleaner top for the one that comes in the 1/16 Peterbilt Conv other then that .................. outstanding A+

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What a very good ,fine build I love the paint scheme..................

Terry

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Very cool! B) I know the work that went into that, I did a 1/16 Kenworth Aerodyne COE...

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Edited by Mike77

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i like your 1/16 kenworth cabover. i have all my 1/16 cabovers listed. i have built a 1/16 bj and the bear truck ANd trailer as well as other cabover trucks in 1/16 scale.

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Justin, very nice clean work. How many hours/years did that take to build?

Keep up the good work.

Kenny B.

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Justin, very nice clean work. How many hours/years did that take to build?

Keep up the good work.

Kenny B.

im not to sure how many hours i had into this build. thanks for the compliments!!!!!

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Justin, WoW!!!!!!!! Great looking truck. Love the color,and the big cab. Also very nice looking KW .

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I'll get to this one eventually.

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bump

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this is the cabover so you can see bill

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Wow - really nice work, what really jumped out and caught my attention was the injector lines. B)

Where do you find kits in this scale ?

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what was used was the 1/16 monogram kit for parts but everything else was scratch built. you can find the monogram kits on ebay but the cabovers were all scratch built.

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great work

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Darn nice work!

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what was used was the 1/16 monogram kit for parts but everything else was scratch built. you can find the monogram kits on ebay but the cabovers were all scratch built.

Roger that,

I am even more impressed now. B)

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