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Except for the rusty stuff, I love it. Is that a resin cab? From where?

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Thats the way a transporter should look, like its been out rounding up rusty hot rods to build. Good one Blair! - Bill

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awsomeness !!!!!!!! i dont like the exhaust pipes , for me they kind of ruin the realism , the whole style is awsome and vintage and those massive pipen (diameter) dont really fit the rest

but hey .... :)

just love the rest ... love it :lol:B)

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Heck yea, that turned out great! I was wondering how it was coming along as the forum was down.

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Decent, but I have to agree . . . the oversized exhaust pipes detract from its overall appearance.

Compare the amount of air going in (through those tiny little carb intakes) to the amount of air going out (through those massive sewer pipes) and it just doesn't work.

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I think the stacks are perfect. They would look dumb if any smaller.

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THANKS GUYS FOR ALL THE COMMENTS GOOD AND BAD ,I SHOULD HAVE MADE THE STACKS JUST A BIT SMALLER BUT THATS WHAT I WENT WITH ,I,M HAPPY !

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Cool truck. I would weather the inside of the exhaust stacks with some soot being the rest of the rig is weathered .

Pretty nifty.

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i will have to post a compleated pic of the truck ,it won first place at our club meeting on july6th,

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