352 COE & Race trailer

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Revell 1/32 snap Pete 352 and the race trailer from the old Jeff Gordon set. Paint is Duplicolor Pearl White and Tamiya Mica Red. Its not perfect but it was fun putting it together.352coe3.jpg352coe.jpg352coe4.jpg

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Arnold, this is very nice and clean built. Great colours combo.

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Nice looking combination. Did you stretch the frame on the 352?

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Thanks guys. Yes Jim, I cut the frame behind the deck plate on one, in front of the deck plate on the other and glued them up. The inspiration is from a guy I met last year. His 389 is stretched to 321" and painted the same way. You can find pics of it on Facebook. Look for Shawn and Penny Brownfield Trucking, its called Creepin'.

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Not perfect?????????? You must be being modest.. Its looks amazing for 1/32

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That is a neat rig. Nice job!

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Very nice! Love the team name.

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That is nice

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that's gotta be one of the coolest 1/32 builds I've ever seen!

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I'd have to agree with everyone else.....This is one very nice build.....I like 1/32 scalers like this one.....Stretched and built well....Very nice setup.....

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Awesome build. Love the paint scheme...

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Best truck I have seen on this site!! Love the name!!

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Nice work...........would like to see more 1/32 trucks!

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Great work Arnold

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That is awesome!

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Ooohh my, i just got the inspiration i needed to build the pete cabover finally, this absolutely awesome. My jaw actually dropped!!

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Thanks guys. Yes Jim, I cut the frame behind the deck plate on one, in front of the deck plate on the other and glued them up. The inspiration is from a guy I met last year. His 389 is stretched to 321" and painted the same way. You can find pics of it on Facebook. Look for Shawn and Penny Brownfield Trucking, its called Creepin'.

That 389 was built by the best peterbilt dealer shop in the country, kansas city peterbilt, clint moore and crew, they do the best work. Many many builds, all look the same, perfect!

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I'd have to agree with everyone else.....This is one very nice build.....I like 1/32 scalers like this one.....Stretched and built well....Very nice setup.....

The best cabover, is a stretched cabover!!!!

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great job very nice and neat !! I can not believe how big the 1/32 scale are and how long . until I got my first sliver flat noise freightliner . after that one I had t have all the franklin mint semi's . I had built a 1/16 years ago between jobs driving long distance . I still have it stored up in little bed room thinking about redoing it and adding more chrome to it and different color . thanks for showing your great truck !...

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That came out real nice man. God Bless

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