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Started my KW K123 today. Frame work today. As always a concern that the frame will go together unevenly. However I think this time it’s pretty level. As always I will look for reference pics online. 

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The high back buckets look good.  I'd go with those.  Nice start and I agree on the AMT trucks.  I've got the Freightliner Cab-over that is giving me fits, mostly the cab and the seam line from the sleeper extension.

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Decided to go a more Plain Jane route. Rustoleum Gloss Seaside for the cab. Looks a little Global Van Lines esqure(ish). The frame and all associated parts will be Semi gloss Black. Interior Tan/Brown. Unsure of the engine color. White or Cummins Tan.

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  Nice work on the frame. Your paint combination looks god. As well as your masking job.

Keep up the good work .

 

  Be Well

   Gator

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