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    • GMC Topkick Rollback with 64 1 ton GMC
      By DRIPTROIT 71 · Posted
      Thanks Chuck! I didn't realize it until a few days ago.
    • GMC Topkick Rollback with 64 1 ton GMC
      By Cornbinder · Posted
      Nice set! I believe this is in the "Forum Finds" section of the latest issue of MCM. 
    • 1944 Diamond T 6x6 4 Ton Wrecker
      By Cornbinder · Posted
      Lovely old warhorse. 
    • 1944 Diamond T 6x6 4 Ton Wrecker
      By jpage · Posted
      Wow, that is just amazing! What attention to detail!  
    • 1944 Diamond T 6x6 4 Ton Wrecker
      By Chariots of Fire · Posted
      Green one is O2 and the red one is acetylene.
    • 1944 Diamond T 6x6 4 Ton Wrecker
      By Johnny M · Posted
      Wow -- just wonderful.. My eye is drawn to all the tiny details -- the tools, the cables, the fittings, all that. Love the little red and green caps on the bottles. It's fun how the smallest and most ordinary colors stand out against the olive drab panels. Johnny  
    • 1944 Diamond T 6x6 4 Ton Wrecker
      By vincen47 · Posted
      Nothing short of a museum-quality build. I’ve enjoyed watching the project come together. You are expertly committed to your craft.
    • 1944 Diamond T 6x6 4 Ton Wrecker
      By Chariots of Fire · Posted
      This 1/25 scale Diamond T Wrecker was built using information from a Squadron Walk  Around Photo book and TM-811 which is the US Army technical manual for the 4 Ton Trucks.  It carried the designation of 969A with the army. It was built from a combination of brass, plastic, Renshape, resin castings, brass wire, aluminum foil, two ply facial tissue for the top and assundry pins and wire.  Metallic embroidery thread was used for the winch cables.  Decals are computer generated and ALPS printed.   
    • CF air tanks
      By Chariots of Fire · Posted
      A good source of tubing that size is a hardware store that carries plumbing supplies.  Brian is right.  Cut it to length and then glue on some sheet plastic to the ends.  Stack up 2-3 pieces so that you can bevel the ends by sanding.
    • 1944 Diamond T 6x6
      By DRIPTROIT 71 · Posted
      As I said before Charles. I wish that I had half of your talent! Excellent Work!! It is looking Amazing!!
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