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Here is a picture of mine.

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hello Mark

thanks for visiting my small job

your T2000 is 100 time better than mine

what's your base? all scratchbuilt?

he is finest than I can do with my base

what's your frame?

do you scratchbuit the interior too?

by PM as you want

so long

Thierry

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I'm digging all the updates man, I love this project! Keep up the great work man.

thanks Jim

I follow your BIG job for the Superliner too

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hello Mark

thanks for visiting my small job

your T2000 is 100 time better than mine

what's your base? all scratchbuilt?

he is finest than I can do with my base

what's your frame?

do you scratchbuit the interior too?

by PM as you want

so long

Thierry

Thank you!

Your skills are very impressive.

I do not know who casted the cab but it was a very nice job it did not need any special work to fix.

I bought the T2000 from this guy http://deelegantmodeltruckfleet.homestead.com/

It included seats, a dashboard and the floor. I think I used a Peterbuilt 377 for the rolling gear.

At some point I plan on finishing it.

PM me if you have any questions.

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Marcay your KW is coming out very nice. Keep it coming, you are doing great job.

The kit that QCDOC and I have I think is the same. I also purchased my kit from the de-elegance truck model fleet and I have also the Peterbilt 387 kit. The detail is amazing and I wish I had purchase aslo the FL coronado and columbia kits. I planing to use Italeri Peterbilt 377 frame and axles for both my kits.

BTW, Mark its been a looooooooooooooong time since your last update on your T2000. Are you planning something about this?

Edit: Marcay, I can contact Kuen from the de-elegant truck model fleet and ask him to share his email with you if you need to ask him something directly.

Kostas.

Edited by Kostas Parchas

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hello guys

just a thin film of paint to try and to see the problems on the hood

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just another attempt for orange paint

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have a good day

thierry

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Looking good, all the you've put in is worth the effort. Look forward to your next update.

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thanks Codie

what time is it in Perth

it's 12 o'clock in France

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ça prend forme Thierry, tous et nickel est bon travail sur ce T2000.

Thierry form it takes, everything is perfect and good work on the T2000.

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merci Christian et content de te voir ici

thanks Christian and happy to see you here

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hi guys

evolution thie morning

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the result must be something like this

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WoW that's one mean machine .......looks good in that orange color.

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WOW!...Nice work so far!

One thing though...How will you open the hood?...being it looks like you glued or bonded someway the hood and bumper together?

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WOW!...Nice work so far!

One thing though...How will you open the hood?...being it looks like you glued or bonded someway the hood and bumper together?

hy

in the first version of T2000, hood and bumper are together

on the second version they are separate

the bumper is different

to be confirmed by US Kenworth Specialists

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Lookin' good! Nice color choice, you could make a Schneider transport truck with that orange!

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merci Robert

thanks Robert, I don't knew this company

I have found pics of their trucks on the net

it's a chance

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hi

painting of the frame in gloss black

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and preparing the sides

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and paint!

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