Mack R700 which lowboy 55 t loaded cat 235C 98606 pounds

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This model is the replica of the truck I driving in the early 80.

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This is one of the most amazing works I've seen, yet....The photography is amazing.....I really had to look close, and even then, I still can't really tell.....Absolutely amazing.....You made it look so real....I'm floored....

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I TOTALLY AGREE WITH JT........... :o AMAZING!!!!!!!!

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Fantastic work!!

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Now that's incredible! Amazing build, amazing photography! :o

You need to put something alongside that model to prove it's a model, Alain!

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The model is clearly amazing, but what keeps bringing me back are these wonderful pictures. I love it when you build a great looking model and then take it outside to play with it, AND IN THE DIRT TOO! It just doesn't get any better than that! Bravo!

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I'm in AWE! Beautiful combo! I love the subject matter and the photography is second to none! Very well done!!!

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Have asks me to put a picture to prove that it is a model.

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That is just awesome! I could not tell if it was a model or real!

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Ok... I am not easily fooled, but I thought that you had posted photos of the real thing to show us what your model was a replica of. Amazing!

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That is some pretty amazing work and I agree the details and photography are excellent. Thanks for sharing.

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Outstanding build, great photography......WOW..

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AMAZING!

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Yes Sir, I believe you could fool alot of people with your fine photogrphy, and the models are absolutely incredible too, I myself had to really look close a second time. Impecable job!!

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I do not post very often, but this is simply perfect in every regard!

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This is amazing , great model , great weathering and photos - looks so real.

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And this guy has got even more incredible stuff to show! I agree, it doesn't get much better than this!

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I started thru these photos waiting for the model to show up of this cool truck ... I was as amazed as everyone when finally realizing these were ALL of the model! Your photography skills are as good as your modeling!

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Thank you friends for your good comments.I will be very happy if I can influence them to become better than the guys in their models and set the bar ever higher.

Alain

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wow, thought it was an real truck too.

incredible built and weathering

gr chris

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WOW that realy is a great looking rig is the excavater scratch biult and Ive always wanted to know what the D on the bumper is for ?

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what an awesome build the detail on the 235 is perfect the truck is really well done an awesome buld for sure well done

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WOW that realy is a great looking rig is the excavater scratch biult and Ive always wanted to know what the D on the bumper is for ?

I Canada D means danger and excessive widht.

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