My one finished project for 2012

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This is my only finished project for 2012. At the rate i'm buiding I will have to live to be 166 years old. Maybe I need to pick up the pace a bit.c8d9e871.jpg

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Excellent work! More pics, please!

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I like it, nice weathering and a cool setting !!

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Well worth the time spent!

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I remember seeing this at the Mid America Nats. very nice work Paul !! I enjoyed seeing it in person!

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Very nice work. A wonderful scene.

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Very nice work...

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Thanks guys appreciate the kind words. Here are some more pics that you ask for.

Edited by uncle potts

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Beautiful! Love the melting snow on the pass side rear fender, and the dirty snow in the bed. Great weathering.

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Awsome build. You captured the whole thing in fine detail so well. My first glance at it i could feel the cold, it's that good. Thanks for sharing

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I remember this build ! It's great ! I love the snow and the rotted out bed . I'm going to use your technique to make a diorama for my Santa's build . Thank You .

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oh wow

that looks cool

i also like the added touch of snow (got a build thread ?)

and i am very impressed to see Red Green in there

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a little bit of duct tape and she'll be purring like a kitten again

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