Deora

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I had so much extra time while the forum was down that I was able to finish some builds. Here's the first - a Deora paint in Duplicolor bahama blue. I stretched it out a little bit.

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Amazing build JIM, excellent color and work..

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That's a cool looking Deora.

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Stretched a little he says. Looks cool !

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Pretty cool Jim!

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Very NICE Jim! :D

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Thanks guys. I've had a spare body laying around for years and it was time to use it.

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it just long nuff for a car hauler for ur shop; :lol:

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Car hauler was my original plan, Todd. Problem I couldn't figure out how the tailgate would drop. As I think about it now, I could probably eliminated the tailgate altogether. Oh well, at least the shop can carry lots and lots of parts.

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First class Job :D

Mark

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Awesome job, that's really cool.

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Thanks, fellas. I really appreciate it.

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Wow! That's pretty darn cool. I started one many moons ago. This is as far as I got. It looks like we did the dual axles the same way!

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Card stock mock up of the wedge bed I designed for it on CAD. Never did commit this to plastic though!

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Nice one Jim! I like it!

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cool

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Great looking s t r e t c h job.

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Thank you, fellas. Tom - great minds must think alike.

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Jim, you are sure showing some skills. Beautiful work

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Thanks Chris. This build has been years in the thinking about it.

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Niiiiiiiiice (comment stretched, too).

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Sweet! Slant 6 powered?

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Thaaaaaaanks, Daaaaanno.

Didn't even bother with an engine, Lee. Can't see the darn thing even if it's there.

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You want to unload the slant 6? :)

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It's been gone a long time, Lee. Sorry.

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