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    Carolina Autocar DC100

    Thanks for the info!
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    Mclean White Road Commander

    Very nicely done and a unique model! Love that weathering!
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    1969 Ford C700 Stake Bed

    Very nice job! Neat truck!
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    Carolina Autocar DC100

    Beautiful job! Does Mr. Rowley make custom decals? if so, do you have any contact info?
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    1937 GMC COE

    Pretty sharp! Let's see the finished project!
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    1953 Reo Rescue is done

    Wow, beautiful job!
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    1944 Diamond T 6x6 4 Ton Wrecker

    Wow, that is just amazing! What attention to detail!
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    1950’s Peterbilt cabover

    Nice build! AITM really has some nice offerings!
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    GMC Topkick Rollback with 64 1 ton GMC

    Very nice! I especially like that ol' Chevy!
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    Need to make a phone call?

    This is a really novel idea! I love the different working vehicles, especially ones that you never see as models! Nice job! the rack and ladders look really good!
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    Ford LT9000 Dump Papco

    I'm always amazed as to how you guys get these models to look so real! Great job!
  12. Finally finished this '34 Ford fuel truck after about 4 months. Started with leftovers from an old AMT kit that I had built back in the late '60's which had been lying around for a while. I wanted something different and I like old trucks. I used the hood, cab, engine, interior and running boards from the kit. The fenders are '32 Ford grafted to the '34 running boards to eliminate the fender mounted spare. The entire frame, rear axle, tank and accessories are scratch built. All the tank supports are real wood as well as are the rear frame risers. The beautiful tires and wheels came from Scenes Unlimited. The tank was formed from 1 1/4 PVC drain tube and then wrapped in .010 styrene sheet because there is virtually no glue that will adhere to PVC! She's not perfect but I think it came out pretty nice. The TEXACO letters are just old stick-on vinyl letters I had around. I wanted to get some period style decals for the cab and cans, but everywhere I look, no-one has any in stock at a reasonable price .I did do some slight weathering to the tank top and bottom and parts of the frame, but I didn't want it to look too shabby. I mounted the spare wheel behind the cab because it interfered with the gate valves; not practicable in real life but doesn't look too bad. I'm considering a Model AA Ford truck as my next project but haven't pick a body style yet. Enjoy the pics.
  13. Great looking build ! I really like the dozer!
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    1971 C-O 4070a Glosson Motor Lines

    Great build, Really clean and sharp too! Where do you get the custom decals?
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    1975 C65 Chevy Dump

    The hard part, for me, is that the fenders are not flat. They angle away from the body and have the curves. The rear fenders are peaked in the center rear section and angled away from the cab for door clearance. it's hard to see on the model. The fronts were laminated and pieced to get the contour. The fenders were the hardest part of the build. Can you tell me where on ebay you found it. I can't locate anything; I'd like to see it. Thanks