lowboy 55 Tons Trailbec

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I redid the trailer was because the old scrap.The lowboy is the fist generation of fasteners fast it is beyond the end of the year 70.It is the beginning of trailer tree axles

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Wow, very nice!

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Super NICE trailer!! :D

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that looks great Alain..

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Oh, yeah....This is some beautiful work, here, Man....Very nice work.....I like it.....

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man looks very good

very nice

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Excellent job. Looks good behind that Mack.

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weathering of mud.

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I make a binders at hand with styrenne.

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very realistic, i'd go blind work'n material that small

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Alain,

As I look through each set of your photos, I am very impressed! Your attention to detail, and your realistic weathering are awesome! Did this trailer begin life as the Revell lowboy, or was it scratchbuilt?

David

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Nice trailer build, those binders looks real. l use to work for a chain factory that made chain and binders...

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Alain,

As I look through each set of your photos, I am very impressed! Your attention to detail, and your realistic weathering are awesome! Did this trailer begin life as the Revell lowboy, or was it scratchbuilt?

David

Hi David ,this is a scratchbuilt.

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Good lord that is awesome detail, I swear when I seen that rusty chain in the center I heard it land when droped in place, in my head, great job. just unreal how real.

Laz

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Looks very realistic to me! Nice work

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Amazing! Great build.

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To go with that perfect Mack. Very nice! You should show more of your work Alain, I know there is a lot more!

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Cudos to you. You did a very nice job on the realism of the trailer. The weathering is out of this world. I just got this weathering kit from Tamia is that what you used? I'm going to try to do that to my titan exhaust stacks. :)

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Cudos to you. You did a very nice job on the realism of the trailer. The weathering is out of this world. I just got this weathering kit from Tamia is that what you used? I'm going to try to do that to my titan exhaust stacks. :)

Hello Mike,thank you for comments.Not it is the kit of Tamya.I have this kit but I do not like.I developed my techniques and of the special Tools to make the weathering.

Alain

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AMAZING!

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Outstanding!

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Outstanding!

X 2 I cant get over how cool this is.

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