peterbilt 351

Discussion in 'Commercial & Civilian Vehicles' started by uglyguy9, Apr 19, 2009.

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    and the tanker..

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    also i still have the problem of re-sizing the 1;20 car to 1;33.....any ideas??

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    ah the wheels......wall1

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    so many wheels :cry:

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    wheels.....

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    getting there

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    some more if anyone is interested....:confused:

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    nearly finished

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    just the headlights to go......

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    WOW!! :shock: That is awesome!! You certainly did justice to this model. Great job!:thumb:
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    thanks mate,
    starting the car this week then tying it all together in some type of diorama.
    the peterbilt 281 was fun to build.....but the instructions were a little "sparse".
    had to do a lot of guesswork but as it turns out it was a very well designed model :thumb:
    printed the plymouth @ %70 of original size to get it scaled correctly (1;25 @ %70 = 1:34

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    here's a few more shots of the truck...before i start the car

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    There always was something about that Peterbilt that just seemed so nasty!
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    ok....finished the "car".....i didnt do the interior version as i just didnt have time....
    i'm going to build all of this again over the holiday break....and put some more effort into it

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    a few more...

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