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Muskokamike

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I think you'll remember I posted a while back about how often I get caught up in the details on a project and lose the big picture? Well, I was working on my Peterbilt tractor and thought I'd post these photos....

Yeah, I know, I'm nuts....and yes, those ARE the seams in the seat upholstery
peterbilt seat.JPG 
and yes those are holes for the air vents and gauges (but I didn't put switches in for the lights, radio and other items nor did I put in a horn button...I have to draw the line SOMEWHERE lol)

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(btw, the window frames aren't glued, they're just sitting there FPO)

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That is some great detail work - [smile]
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Very nice post indeed. Sure will present a strong look for the Peterbilt.
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Muskokamike - What a terrific idea for the seats and I like the dash work as well as the idea for the windows. All of them are perfect and can be incorporated in many of the plan sets just to give that little extra detail.
Muskokamike

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notice I drew the line at the turn signal stalks? lol......you have to draw the line SOMEWHERE hahahaha (sometimes I push that line way WAY back)
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Muskokamike
Thanks for the ideas about the dash.  I like the way yours looks.  Good workmanship.

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