Kenworth tri-drive winch truck

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Since I'm waiting on parts to complete my fixed gooseneck trailer, thought I would post some pics of a build that was

completed last November...

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Looks good, Dennis.

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Nice!

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Thanks everyone!

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Like I said, before....Excellent work.....You're a natural at this, Man.....A natural.....

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That is awsome looks great

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Beautiful truck! Looks very real. What kit did you start with?

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Dennis, great looking truck, have seen that one before, absolutely beautiful job.

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Wow that is nice.

A.J.

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Very sharp detailed build..

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Beautiful truck! Looks very real. What kit did you start with?

Thanks Terry...this is the Revell snap kit

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I like it....!

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Looks great.

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Thanks Terry...this is the Revell snap kit

Now thats even more impressive that you built this from that kit. Seriously, great job. I was playing around with one of these kits. Ill have to finish it and post. Where did the wheels come from? They tie the whole truck together. Like I always say " a model is made or lost by the wheels". This one is perfect.

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Now thats even more impressive that you built this from that kit. Seriously, great job. I was playing around with one of these kits. Ill have to finish it and post. Where did the wheels come from? They tie the whole truck together. Like I always say " a model is made or lost by the wheels". This one is perfect.

Thanks Terry...the drive wheels are from Class A resin, drive tires from A&N model trucks, super single steer wheels and rims from KFS.

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Dennis, this is great work. I like it. Awesome.

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Excellent build, really looks the part.

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Dennis,

Great job on the winch truck. I like the rear diamond plate fenders you built for it. Again great work.

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That is a nice build.

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Dennis,

Great job on the winch truck. I like the rear diamond plate fenders you built for it. Again great work.

Thanks Doug...the rear fenders are from AITM: http://www.aitruckmodels.com/

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Oh! Well you did a good job moditifing them, they look good. Funny thing is I have a set of those fenders! I didn't notice until you pointed that out!

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Great modifications and outstanding finish make your model completely realistic. Looking forward to seeing the complete rig.

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Great modifications and outstanding finish make your model completely realistic. Looking forward to seeing the complete rig.

Thank you Jurgen! :)

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Nice work on this one!

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I dont know how I missed this one. I am floored by this impressive build - and it started out as a snap kit.. Wow !

Very nice work B)

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