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6 years 2 months ago #31 by Bishop
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I love it. A great looking rig even if it's been a bit of a pig to build at times. You should definitely try another, better kit.

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6 years 2 months ago #32 by Dads Army
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Thanks Tony :)

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6 years 2 months ago #33 by grunzter
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Its great seeing a truck build, brings back many memories as i found them an inspiration when i was young, but must admit i have never built one!
Good work on the nice clean build.,
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6 years 2 months ago #34 by 1/35th Battalion
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Great rescue. Nicely executed. Damn Good job. Get the Idea? :lol: A silk purse from a sows ear (Almost) ;)
I might have to go find me a truck to build. Oh yeah, I've got one of those OLB Bedford's coming soon . . . .

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6 years 2 months ago #35 by Tiger
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Looks good DA. :)
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6 years 2 months ago #36 by r4b1t
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hey DA
the trailer I build was the amt flat bed but used 2 kits and made a 4 axle and also extended it
scratch build a deck frame and put balsa wood in the middle..
the mack superliner I am currently building as it happens haha
the italeri kit is not entirely accurate I have been told but I don't really mind as long as it sort of looks correct
it does not come with any mack badging so that will need to be sourced from elsewhere eg auslowe.com.au
will post some photos soon
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6 years 2 months ago #37 by Dads Army
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Looking forward to seeing it Nic, if it's as good as you say it is I'll definitely build another truck :)

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6 years 2 months ago #38 by Wally
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Great stuff DA! Awesome save with the windscreen. I have honestly never seen that done before with a clear part.
Might be hope for some of my crazed canopies after all ...?
The truck looks excellent.

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