Ford Aeromax Log Truck-Trailer

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some of u have seem this on other forums...i filed in the back of the cab with sheet plastic to make it a day cab..headache rack is scratch built..stacks are K&S tubing...added helper axle and made fenders out of a pill bottle....mudflaps are made out of a car inter tube..over head light made out of a bic razor cover....trailer is scratched built using parts from the amt kit.load ratchet straps are scratched built also..

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Nice job. You have done some neat detailing. I like the photography also.

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Nice job. You have done some neat detailing. I like the photography also.

- ditto -

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Great subject.

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Good looking rig. Great job on the trailer!

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Nice looking unit

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Nice build, awsume detail.

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Beautiful working truck, something different then all those Pete's and Kenny's.

And you prove there is no need for expensive aftermarket stuff all the time.

Looks great, gr chris

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Nice.

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Thats real nice Dave good detail I like the stress fracture on the cab!

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You do some very nice work Dave

Lot of nice scratch built extra's on there.

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That truck looks REAL. Very nice job.

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thanks men....

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Great Job!Nice detail work.

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nice logging

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Sweet looking combo,the weathering/used look make it come to life.

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Nice Logger! Now thats the type of log trailer I'm used to seeing in real life. I noticed the decal on the door of the tractor. DeRidder is where I live.

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Dave great looking rig you have there.

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wow, not much else to say really.....fantastic!

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Very nice work....I like the idea of using the old Bic razor cover for the light bar.....Just goes to show what can be achieved with a little imagination.....I used to make them out of old flat tooth brushes, but they don't make those any more, so I'm left with using other things.....I really like your idea, though....Gonna have to use that one....Great work....

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I would love to have that trailer

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Nice Logger! Now thats the type of log trailer I'm used to seeing in real life. I noticed the decal on the door of the tractor. DeRidder is where I live.

if you live in DeRidder you should know where Ikes rd is east of Rosepine..i live down that road..

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if you live in DeRidder you should know where Ikes rd is east of Rosepine..i live down that road..

Yes I do. I have friends and some family that live on that road.

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Nice looking Rig Dave B)

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