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Old 01-26-2019, 11:39 AM
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Quick break...I'm doing the cross eyed thing again.
Slow goings ..but steady progress.
Till the wheels fall off haaaaa
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Old 01-26-2019, 02:52 PM
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Just got a chance to check in .... holy crap!! These were built by your regular farmers?! Thatís incredible!!
The truck is really moving along Ron! Loving all the details! Those wheels look awesome....canít believe you build these freehand and just by eyeballing pics! These creations are great!
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Old 01-26-2019, 03:19 PM
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Just got a chance to check in .... holy crap!! These were built by your regular farmers?! Thatís incredible!!
The truck is really moving along Ron! Loving all the details! Those wheels look awesome....canít believe you build these freehand and just by eyeballing pics! These creations are great!
Thanks Trin Trin
It's just junk..ahaahaha
This one is your pile...have faith, it'll get worse ...I promise... hehehehe

My break was longer then expected...on call 24/7 sucks some times..
Hope to have some feet on it tommorow morning now...haaaaa
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Old 01-26-2019, 09:12 PM
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Quick break...I'm doing the cross eyed thing again.
Slow goings ..but steady progress.
Till the wheels fall off haaaaa
Second pic looks like Ol' Farmerino wanted more power than your average junk pile and strapped another tractor on the back.. No wonder the wheels fell off
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Old 01-27-2019, 04:32 AM
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Second pic looks like Ol' Farmerino wanted more power than your average junk pile and strapped another tractor on the back.. No wonder the wheels fell off
haaa
So true.
If you think that's crazy. Get into early logging railroads and all the stuff that they built.
One main reason I built that era only in model railroading.
And i still do once in awhile.
Plus all the diffrent geared steam locomotives they used where the bomb
Shay, Heisler, Climax and cute little porters.

It's neat stuff and lots of history.

Lets see..I did get the other two wheels built.
I'll get them in some paint this morning.
Also will be brousing around looking for something to add and build for the rear of that naked frame.

More soon. thanks for looking .
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Old 01-27-2019, 06:40 AM
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Your going to be in the Tow Wrecker Business
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Old 01-27-2019, 12:00 PM
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hummm
Not quite what I was envisioning...
But it's kinda on it's own feet.
Anywhooo
Out of time, But here is a couple more pics.

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Old 01-27-2019, 12:24 PM
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Wow...! Nice work 2Beers! That looks huge!
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Old 01-27-2019, 01:16 PM
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Wow...! Nice work 2Beers! That looks huge!
LOL
Its about the same size and length as a TF2..ahhaah

Thinking your gona get the tractor..
I'm stalling out on the truck ahahahah
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Old 01-27-2019, 02:31 PM
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Its about the same size and length as a TF2..ahhaah

Thinking your gona get the tractor..
I'm stalling out on the truck ahahahah



Lol... joking buddy...!

Not !

Back to work!

Lol...

Send it over...Iíll finish it.... one day...!
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hummm
Not quite what I was envisioning...
But it's kinda on it's own feet.
Anywhooo
Out of time, But here is a couple more pics.

Woah... That's it, I'm spent lol

the awesomeness is awesomely awesome... Awesome
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Old 01-28-2019, 04:48 AM
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Lol... joking buddy...!

Not !

Back to work!

Lol...

Send it over...Iíll finish it.... one day...!

Thanks trin trin.
I'll keep plugging away at it.
I had problems with paint sticking to the rubber i used for tires.
Wants to flake off.
Very discouraged about that last night.
I'll figure out something else i'm sure.

I think a few more body parts and details should help with the over all looks though.
Lots of distractions this weekend, didnt help matters eaither ahahaha.
More soon buddy.

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Woah... That's it, I'm spent lol

the awesomeness is awesomely awesome... Awesome
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Thanks my friend.
I'm hoping some simple front fenders and steps really brings a bit more to it.
Needs some tool boxes and details to finish up the crane on back too, like block pull's and chains.
It may get duals...I don't know on that yet.

See what transpires here shortly.

Thanks again for the views and encouragements everyone. Very appreciated.
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Old 01-29-2019, 04:27 PM
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Man, that's gonna be some kinda slow moving vehicle! Tractor gearing, the sprokets look same size, tiny wheels... pity the horse that gets stuck behind that.

Might want to go with 2 tractor butt-shape seats next to each other on springy levers. Your buckboard seat is solid, the back axle is usually solid mount to keep from throwing chains (or sprung heavy enough it's effectively solid) . Maybe the farmer was just all "Meh, its slightly more comfortable than walking way over there and picking up heavy things myself"

Severed hand as a warning to others, or already having accidents before it's even done?

It's looking cool and i can't wait to see where else this is going!

Great idea on liquid rubber plastidip kinda stuff for doing the tires
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