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  2. Brian Dutz

    1983 IH F-2674 Tri-axle Dump

    Super build!
  3. Brian Dutz

    Freightliner with extended flatbed

    Good looking build, Pops! Looks amazing.
  4. Brian Dutz

    Freightliner COE Dual Drive

    Good looking build. Nice job.
  5. Brian Dutz

    Peterbilt 378-119

    Absolutely beautiful!
  6. Brian Dutz

    Autocar A64B

    Very nice.
  7. Brian Dutz

    My kenworth w900 and reefer trailer

    Very good looking, clean build. Great job!
  8. Chariots of Fire

    Mashpee 354 International R190

    Here are a couple of updates. The cab is now in paint and some of the details have been added. Still lots to do but now and then it is fun to deviate from the general build and concentrate on the fun stuff. The paint is Duplicolor right from the can. I like it because it dries quickly and is a hard finish. Easy to polish out. I did the IH decals on my computer copying the logo from a photo of the real one. Then it was downsized and printed on an ALPS printer. The seat came from the '50 Chevy. It was brush painted with acrylic Model Master medium tan. When put on over Duplicolor primer it flowed perfectly into a nice even coat. Bare Metal Foil was used on the grill bars. Headlight bezels are now glued in place. Next up is to lightly sand and polish the hood and doors.
  9. Yesterday
  10. Diesel fume

    Autocar A64B

  11. Diesel fume

    K 100 1/6 scale

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  12. Casey

    The new guy

    Glad to have you with us!
  13. Last week
  14. discodave

    Mashpee 354 International R190

  15. Casey

    Mashpee 354 International R190

    Wow. That is looking great! That hood is awesome. --Casey
  16. Chariots of Fire

    Mashpee 354 International R190

    Since the last post several things have been done. Doors have been opened by scribing and sawing. Then brass butt hinges were added to the cab and doors. The interior tub has been put in place also. When the doors were cut away the cab became very flimsy since it was only held together by the A posts at the windshield. I also cut away the cast in place headlight surrounds and substituted the chrome ones from a Ford truck kit. The door interiors have been painted with inside latches and window cranks made from bright aluminum wire. The dash board has been sanded for fitting and the cast in place gages were cut off. A decal was made of all of the gages and overlaid with photoetched bezels. The seat will be painted the same as the top of the dash as an accent color. Gear shift, hand brake and 4 wheel drive lever are ready for installation.
  17. Bully

    The new guy

    Welcome Keith
  18. Keith Dunn

    The new guy

    Hi thanks for letting me join. Have been building truck models for about 40 yrs. Look forward to talking to you guys.
  19. Bully

    My next build

    Im not familiar with them but I would like to know more about it Dr. Kerry
  20. dsldriver

    Autocar A64B

    Just finished this one after it sat unfinished for 12 years. Nothing special, pretty much out of the box.
  21. dsldriver

    1932 Mack AP

    Great work, Charlie!
  22. Dr. Kerry

    Hello! Fellow Plastic Cowboys!

    Welcome aboard Wes! Can’t wait to see what you do! Do you drive truck too?
  23. Dr. Kerry

    New to the site

    Welcome to the forum!
  24. Dr. Kerry

    Hi, newbie from UK !

  25. Dr. Kerry


    Welcome Rob, saw a few of your builds! Like what you do and can’t wait for more!
  26. Dr. Kerry


    Nice Marmon! Hope to see more of what you build!
  27. Dr. Kerry


    Welcome Mel! Building rigs is addicting!
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