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Old 12-30-2018, 04:38 AM
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Dang son !! Thatís pretty bodacious!! Love it!
Is it also gonna be ratted up for a diorama? Make sure to fab up a ball and chain and some rusty ole shackles! And donít forget to build a file sticking out of a half loaf of bread...and maybe show a coupla bars dats been filed through lol!
Hehehehe....canít wait to see this one coming along!
Thanks for the encouragement's buddy and killer Ideas.

See what I can do.
Thinking it's going to be a hoot detailing this one no doubts.
And the different factor is turning out to be a blast.
Plus it's mostly WOOD! ahahahaha
Now it's time to see what I can accomplish for wheels for the day.
Ive got a good Idea I think on the stock chassis, Articulation should be over the top...
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Old 12-30-2018, 06:58 AM
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Them ole timer's are just rolling over in their graves laughing.
Skilled craftsmen I am not.
But I have a wheel..well ...of sorts.
On to the next three...weeeeee.
It's surprizing how strong it turned out.
Those ole folk wer'nt dumies.
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Old 12-30-2018, 12:23 PM
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Roller
Plus with Mandatory Flex Shot...Bonus.
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Old 12-30-2018, 12:25 PM
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Lol...looking good buddy! Did you make the wheel out of wood?
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Lol...looking good buddy! Did you make the wheel out of wood?
Thanks again.
Wood ,glue and Plastic.
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Old 12-30-2018, 12:43 PM
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Thanks again.
Wood glue and Plastic.
Sweet!
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Old 12-30-2018, 12:54 PM
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Sweet!
Best part...
$10.00 in super glue..$30.00 in Plastic. $1.00 in skews=
Tons of fun.
Wood was free.
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Old 12-30-2018, 02:07 PM
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Starts to some weathering before details and ETC is added.
Tons toooo doooo still.
And the mess after three weeks of bench building.
That's it for now, Hope your enjoying the builds.
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That's really looking awesome!

I was kinda hoping the police wagon was going to become something like a C-cab ford truck.
Actually I was already having visions of something like the Monogram "Paddy Wagon" hotrod curb-stomping stuff in my head...
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That's really looking awesome!

I was kinda hoping the police wagon was going to become something like a C-cab ford truck.
Actually I was already having visions of something like the Monogram "Paddy Wagon" hotrod curb-stomping stuff in my head...
Ahahahah Thanks.
You can see where a c-cab hot rod may have originated no doubts though.
Big wheels in back..small ones up front. And horse power.
Funny as i Thought of that a couple times why constructing the body....
Making A c-cab hot rod.
Ive a rod and custom with the ice truck theme hot rod.
A member on here built one from metal...I can't remember the thread though.
UGH.

Thanks again.
Thinking I'll just keep plugging away at static builds for a course.
Probably be an outhouse and stuff still to come.
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Old 01-01-2019, 11:56 AM
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Small update as things go forward.

Probably start the tounge next.
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Wow...really liking this static work you doing Ron! Awesome!
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Wow...really liking this static work you doing Ron! Awesome!
Thanks Preston
I'm enjoying the bench time.

And the major missing piece.
Not politically correct...but at 20 feet...hey... who's to notice..ahahaha
Tongue-age.
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Holey Moley!! that’s some serious tongue-age ! too bad it’s not gonna be chromed ! Joking buddy!
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This whole thing is just awesome, really enjoying watching the build ...oh and I agree with Frizzen, a C cab paddy wagon RC would be sweet too.
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