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FINALLY FINISHED R MODEL WRECKER

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post-2400-0-87802000-1364945479_thumb.jppost-2400-0-24910100-1364945508_thumb.jppost-2400-0-84961200-1364945531_thumb.jppost-2400-0-45167600-1364945341_thumb.jppost-2400-0-71238500-1364945394_thumb.jp It took me about two years to build but I finally completed it. I used the AMT R685 MACK kit , The wrecker from the AMT 359 wrecker kit . I extended the frame, narrowed the wrecker body a good bit to make it the same width as the rear wheels. I also collected alot of photos and other info off the web and did most of all the plumbing on the engine and chassis. I am now starting to build the 359 from the wrecker kit and the REVELL PETERBUILT 359 snap kit to build A 1980 PETE 359. I am going to try to complete the PETE 359 in less time than it took me to build the wrecker, JARRNO88

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Showroom new! Looks real good. Now, just needs a bit oh dirt n grime!

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Very impressive build, excellent work...

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That looks really nice

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That is a beautiful build. Your paint and detail work are excellent!

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Nice looking wrecker.

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Thanks everyone. Glad you all like it. JARRNO88

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very nice! the sunvisor looks good on there.

Edited by cappy625

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awesome..i like the 2 tone paint..

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I always have loved those old Mack R models, yours looks great.

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WOW, Very nice.

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That looks great, I love the added broom, shoval and oil drum, They give a real feel.

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Looks awesome. Nice job.

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That looks very nice Keith

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Very nice!

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nice

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Never seen this conversion on a mack , looks brilliant .

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Good looking old Mack!

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WoW!!!!!!!!!!! Very nice Mack. Great job

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WOW what a super looking Mack

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Nice job on the conversion, very clean!

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very nice, love the old macks !!!!

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