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GMC 9500 Short Hood (AITM) with Tube Trailer (Scratch Built)

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Beautiful capture of yesterday's trucks,amazing work and detail,love the interior shot.

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I don't stop here Trucks section so often, even if I've always liked American Trucks and Tractors. This one shows that I need to stop here more often, Fantastic work! So nice and so clean, congrats on a fine build. Especially I like when it's not weathered too much, nice work!

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post-11944-0-40174000-1370962257.giffor all further comments. I am going to show a similar model, a AITM early Mack F daycab, within the next weeks.

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Another stand-out, stunning model truck!

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Slick and clean paint job! The color choice was excellent. Not one you often see but very realistic.

Super job!

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Jurgen, that's one of the nicest truck models I've ever seen.

I'm impressed with everything about it....the choice of truck, the expert scratchbuilding, the fit and finish, the beautiful photography....it's all super-impressive!!!

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Simple excellence. There is no other word in existence or necessary to describe your workmanship.

Charlie Larkin

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Said it in a couple threads now, but it deserves to be said again, there is some great talent in this rig section of the forum. Beautiful job man.

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Thanks for all further comments!

I am really happy that there is so much interest in vintage trucks.

Admittedly the AITM cabs have their shortcomings, and it takes a lot of effort, and it requires some skills to achieve a nice result. Nevertheless for the true vintage truck enthusiast the effort is really worth, so I would like to encourage every inclined modeler.

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Just going through older posts and admiring the talent. You are an amazing artist, with incredible talent and a true inspiration to this hobby as well. Thanks for sharring you're incredible builds. Please keep the photos coming too.

Tony

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Repeat of Big Bad's and all the other comments! Gotta be one of my favorites since I used to sell GMC's back then.

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Thanks a lot for the further feedback!

As already announced in this thread my next model in the Big Rigs sub-forum will be a 1969 Mack F daycab (also AITM). I hope you will be interested again.

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