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||Posted - 05/04/2012 : 1:13:21 PM
This Lonestar kit of the Trailmobile 40' flatbed trailer is a great representation of the real thing. The kit is a bit fiddly with lots of small parts but fit is good and there's a minimal of flash and parting lines in the plastic. It's got a forage wagon which is an old Preiser plastic kit chained to it.
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||Posted - 05/23/2012 : 9:36:34 PM
||Posted - 05/13/2012 : 11:19:43 AM
Thanks Phil, the hazards of super glue. Got the kingpin halfway into the hole and it froze. I should cut it off and put a new one all the way in. Only a trucker would notice that.
||Posted - 05/11/2012 : 9:46:47 PM
Chester, not to nit-pick but as I'm a truck driver your driver will lose trailer and all at the first bump he hits. His 5th wheel pin should be not riding on top of the 5th wheel. The upper and lower plates should be in contact and the pin in the hole.
I still like the truck
||Posted - 05/06/2012 : 12:09:43 PM
More very nice work Chester.
Ive been a big fan of your work for a long time, so I always look forward to your updates.
||Posted - 05/06/2012 : 11:46:27 AM
||Posted - 05/06/2012 : 10:36:23 AM
I think I passed that guy downstate awhile back.
Nice rig, Chester!
||Posted - 05/05/2012 : 11:46:09 PM
Great Truck, good weathering
||Posted - 05/05/2012 : 11:29:58 PM
I'm going to run out of things to say to compliment your work!
||Posted - 05/05/2012 : 10:58:22 AM
Another great looking rig! Well done!
||Posted - 05/04/2012 : 9:01:12 PM
||Posted - 05/04/2012 : 8:50:10 PM
||Posted - 05/04/2012 : 1:38:18 PM
You're really cranking them out, Chester.
||Posted - 05/04/2012 : 1:34:03 PM
Nice looking rig. Just the right amount of weathering as well. Could almost be a ptoto scene there.