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That's a dandy,great work!
 

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You have been one busy guy this past few months…seems like every time I turn around you have another one of your beautiful models posted here…....... Got love them, and nice choice of wood for this one.
 

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Great looking truck. You did a very nice job on it. Thanks for posting.

God bless
tom
 

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Very well done.
Thanks for sharing with us.
 

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the truck looks great!
 

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Nice job ,Did you use 3/32 dowels for hoops to hould up the cannvascovering .I made a gig to form yhem , i would soak the dowels in boiling water then clamp and mikeowave it for 50 seconds .they would there shape . broke a few but they look real nice when done .great job.Chuck
 

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Good morning Chuck,

I did the canvast cover holders using coat hanger wire, and bend them to fit. You can take them apart without fear of breaking.
 

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very nice. The rest of us had better get going to catch up with you. The guy with the most toys at the end wins. Piping the smoke stack thru the fender must have been a challenge
 

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I like it!
 

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how did you do the wheels ?They look nice, well done . I have made a few big trucks myself over the years. Alistair
 

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I've spent plenty of time bouncing around in the back of those.

Nice Job - HOOAH!
 

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thats pretty cool grate job.
 

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You certainly build some very nice toys/model…..
 
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