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Wal-Mart Navistar.

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Full wiring, and plumbing, added the AC compressor to the engine  and add on air on the sleeper rear panel made from a Revell 1932 Ford Street Rod radiator and misc bits from the parts stash. Made up a GPS unit on the top of the rear panel. Made fender mirrors and converted to single stack. Stripped a lot of chrome for a fleet look. Decals are Modeltruckin.   Paul

 

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Great fleet build, I love these kits. I have plans and the kits to do the ‘Walmart ‘ rig/trailer , just gotta get decals from Jerry .

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I've done a few conversions on the Lone Star and Pro Star. I'll post a few up when I get to my real computer.   Paul

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