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I finally finished my Linburg Rammunition Monster Truck diorama. The kit was pretty easy and went together easily. This was my first model with a roll cage and fitting it together concerned me a bit, but it just slide together and required no cursing at all. What made it best was the $9.99 price tag from Olies. The crushed cars are my first also and it was also my first time spattering mud/sand. Thanks for looking
I don’t think there are a lot of people interested in monster trucks on this forum but I will share this one anyway Personally I’m a big fan of these mighty machines and that’s why I build this one and added some details. The box is from Lindberg and based on the Rammunition truck, I don’t think the scale is exactly what it should be (too big) but still lot of fun to build. Added custom details: Drilled the distributor and added sparkplug wires Custom made fuel rails with injectors and lines on the blower Resin hose joints on the front and rear axles and added hydraulic lines for power steering Resin hose joints to the hydraulic pomp on the blower with all the lines to the axles Hydraulic lines from the driver stick and steering pump Breather hoses from the valve covers. Resin hose joints with fuel lines from the tank to the engine and gauges Photo etched 6 point seatbelt Stockcar fuel inlet on the tank and BMF belts. A few extra decals on the chassis and interior Paint used: Vallejo Air for about everything Tamiya red for the rims (Brush) Zero 2K clear for body You can find the build of this one here: http://www.modelcarsmag.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=79757&st=0&p=1017112
Some time ago I made a start with this box. This is the second monster truck and the idea is to add some details I made a fuel rails with pipes on the blower. Original version: Here with my creation I added some "hydraulic lines" to the front axle, the rear will look the same. The body is painted black and clear is on. The engine now looks like this.