1970 Peterbilt 352 Pacemaker

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This is a build which has taken quite a while to complete. But it is finished now.

Hope you enjoy and thanks for looking.

For more photo's check my Fotki site. The link is at the bottom

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Nice work. Engine is no original, or? If I can remember ....I can see that some turbo.

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Great looking truck, very clean and sharp details !

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Really sharp looking fleet you've got going there with this 352 & your 359M. Fantastic job.

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Very nice, good job on this Peterbilt cab-over.

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Sharp build. Real nice work...

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Nice work. Engine is no original, or? If I can remember ....I can see that some turbo.

If you go to his Fotki album you'll see that the engine is a Cat 1693 TA.

Old Albion: Very nice bulld.

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another beauty! great job on this one as well, love it!

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nice pete! I see you made the front axle steerable and you even added the little strips on the sides of the windshield.i always wondered why amt left that little windshield detail out.

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Thanks for all the comments. When I painted the cab with the clear coat it was still too cold outside. This caused the fogging effect on the paint that you can see on the dark blue at the bottom of the cab. I considered stripping the paint and starting again, but decided to leave it as it was.

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I like it as is....Nice look it has the look of and old workhorse truck!

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Fogged paint or not, looks great to me! I miss seeing these big ol' cabovers on the highway.

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Again, very nice

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i'm in love! wow! awsome pete. congrats :)

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Just an awesome piece of work.....Beautiful engine work.....

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Nice job! Truck is beautiful.

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Fantastic build...a real beauty!

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Perfect detailing, even the injection lines are replicated (and in scale!)

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Very nice. In my opinion, this is a hard kit to look realistic. The cabs always look to big for some reason. Ill go out on a limb and say that this is the best 352 build that Ive seen. Great job. All the little details make all of the difference.

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