Paystar 5000 4X4 snow plow. 1983

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This models has a equipement Frink.The plow way heavy duty is hight speed type.the wing is 10 fts a cable.The bucket has 10 fts.To make the equipement I used the styrenne.

The truck original

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That's very nice build

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Absolutely fantastic detailing, should be another great one when you are done!

I am guessing you have some of these trucks nearby to use as a reference?

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great looking plow a matching tandem axle with a spreader box would be cool

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that is looking great..

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In the 9th picture, you guys see the gaping hole in the passenger door? That's going to be a full window to have a glance at the side plow! Same as the real thing.

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In the 9th picture, you guys see the gaping hole in the passenger door? That's going to be a full window to have a glance at the side plow! Same as the real thing.

The cab wirh a large hole in the door is the cab my first Paystar 4X4.Some comp. and cities hating of large hole for the vision of the wing.With my new model I made a hole less large it is now one can the standard on the snow plow.But a rumour wants that which drive a truck snow plow a hole in the door is a initial. :D

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here is how is snow blow meaning of single high speed.In the industry have the fact on a Template.

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In the years 80 the Paystar had only a air tank.

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looks good

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Super detail as usual Alain! Flawless matching of the diamond plate on the front face of the fenders. The wing blade & rollover blades are amazing.

Ap40

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Amazing built so far!

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Super detail as usual Alain! Flawless matching of the diamond plate on the front face of the fenders. The wing blade & rollover blades are amazing.

Ap40

Thank Richard for thy comment,its gives me pleasure to know thee among us.

Alain

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Just incredible stuff! Love the plow details, very impressive!

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Very nice work.

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Sweet looking plow rig. Can't wait to see it done.

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Lovely start! I'll be following this one for sure!

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A superb build with some great scratch building skills. Excellent work!

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