My first posting here, been at this one for awhile.

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That is a very nice work. I like the dash and rivets. CanĀ“t wait to seeing more.

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welcome! this looks like it's going to be an awesome build. what did you use for insulation under the cab?

Edited by cappy625

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Thanks for the kind worsds. I used the leftover anti skid sheets from my Craftsman tool box in my shop.

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Welcome, looks like your off to a good start.

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You are doing a great job...so much detail.

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Fantastic looking cab!

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Very nice, I will be watching this one.

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Mark awesome work .............. That is what I will be doing soon .

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Awesome work! I love your attention to detail!! I will definitely be watching this!

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Very impressive!

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Mark, excellent work, top detailled interior and exterior parts. Awesome built.... Pavel.

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Nice, what did you use for the rivets?

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Looking good, Man....Very nice level of detail, already....

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Should get that cab casted! Good job on the stretch!

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Very nice work Im very jealous Ive been after a freitshaker for ever ;)

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The brass rivet are from Scale Hardware in Florida. www.scalehardware.com Great stuff, good prices.

Thanks for all the kind words.

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Mark, Great looking work so far. I will be following to build as you go on. WoW!!!!!!!!!!!

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Thanks for the infor. on the rivets , what size did you use ?

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GET
THIS
CAB

CAST
IN
RESIN

!!!
!!
!

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Mark, Very nice work,very nice detail. Thanks for the info on the rivits will be using them on my Pete for sure. Keep up the good work, will be watching this one.

Kenny B.

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Another well detailed build Mark you do some very nice scratch building man.

Keep posting and building.

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I'm with Tim you should get this cab resin casted up .

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What a beauty!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!,most accurate one I have seen,I am with everyone else here CAST This One Pleeeeeeze!!!!.

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great work

excelent job

keep op the good work

i am watching

jacobus

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