Kenwork T 800 with snow plow Temco

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I wanted to represent a truck that fate of the manufacturing of equipement.You would say that the cavenas is on the box yet.When the manufacturing book the truck the cavenas is with the bucket.The contractor removed the cavenas during the winter.The technology of the equipement is of 2000.All equipement is made in styrenne.

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The headgear is looking to open the Hood

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Spectacular truck!

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Finished product is beyond words. Speechless one again.

Ap40

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Excellent stuff, doesn't get much better than this!

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Holy cow! That looks so real in those pictures! Absolutely amazing work!!

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Very cool.

Ben

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AMAZING SCRATCH BUILDING!!!!!!!!!!!

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SUPERB, VERY REALISTIC PHOTO,S

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Very nice, Top shelf scratch building.

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Alain, again excellent build she looks ready for the snow come now. Your level of detail is incredible it just looks like the real thing.

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OUTSTANDING job!! :D

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Most excellent!

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Beautiful work ! Some photos with some Woodland Scenes snow would look fantastic.

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Yep....One outstanding piece of work, Man....Awesome....

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Nice !!! Awesome details ! And looks very good with that background :)

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Another excellent project! Great work.

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WOW, Amazing work and detail..

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a fantastic piece of equipment

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My GOD, the detail is outstanding. I love the hydraulic valve cluster. You did your homework, KUDOS KUDOS that makes me love this hobby even more. I want to be able to do that someday. again GREAT JOB!!!! :rolleyes:

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Terrific work on this , your scratch building ability is amazing.

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My GOD, the detail is outstanding. I love the hydraulic valve cluster. You did your homework, KUDOS KUDOS that makes me love this hobby even more. I want to be able to do that someday. again GREAT JOB!!!! :rolleyes:

Thank you Mike,I hope that my models will know you inspire.

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Who's afraid the snow???

Nice & clean build, I like all the details!!!

Kostas.

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