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JTalbot

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Some of you may know that I work for a company that builds custom motor coaches, I have recently made a prototype of a toy motor coach. Some of our Canadian friends will recognize the shape of a Prevost H345 bus, which the toy is inspired by. 2015-05-01 20.57.08.jpg  2015-05-01 20.54.03.jpg

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JTalbt - Your prototype of the Motorhome looks like a very exciting project. I hope you will continue to post it's build as you add things to it. I would really like to see them, and I think our members and guests would also.

Nice photos using the curved up background. Really makes the Motorhome pop out on the page.
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Nice Looking Bus JTalbt.
Let's see more.
Thanks for sharing.

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Nice looking bus.
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When I saw the title I thought 1980's Winnebago because they'd be perfect for making (all squared off and stuff) but yours looks WAY cool.  Without any of the details it looks like an art piece/sculpture instead of a toy.......I'd just lacquer the heck out of it in gloss and make the finish the centerpiece.....
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Thank you all for the feedback. I shared a couple of prototypes with some of my co-workers. I think I might have caused a couple guys to catch the toy making bug!
Jeremy

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Good for you Jeremy
Be sure and send them to Toymakingplans.com. and the forum.
I do like your bus.

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nice work there like the clean lines.
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