1/10 Kenworth T680

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Some repairs being done to our Kenworth T680, after it was damaged in shipping.

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Is that a body shell for an R/C??

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This thing is just too cool....I really do like this body style.....Great work....Beautiful....

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Yeah, that is super cool but what's it supposed to be? is it a Kenworth mock up for aerodynamics testing, a sophisticated R/C or...

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It's a model that was in the Kenworth show trailer that went to dealerships for the debut of the T680 last year. We have a T880 model doing the same lap of the US.

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Is that made from Renshape ?

Tim

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It's made from a renshape like material, just a professional grade.

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Cool build. What's Renshape?

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Renshape is a urethane foam, used for machining patterns or molds.

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Cool build. What's Renshape?

I forget what issue it was in (help me out Tim), but Tim had an article in the magazine where he showed using Renshape to make the front of his Pete 587.

I did get the right model number, didn't I Tim?? :huh:

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Yes, Renshape style board. They have a dozen types/styles of the material. Noo, not 387, 579.. :rolleyes:

Tim

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Yes, Renshape style board. They have a dozen types/styles of the material. Noo, not 387, 579.. :rolleyes:

Tim

I thought it was 579, but wasn't sure, that's why since the other 86 and 87's are aeros, I thought it was the 587.

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