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craigrozema

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First off I’ve been eyeing these plans for well over a year and you finally put them on sale so of course I had to buy them. I went from the tiny little small world peterbilt to this. Enjoyable to build. All the pieces are big enough that getting a nice finish is easy. Just gotta let the glue cure up a few days and I can throw the finish on. I think I’ll try the dump truck version next.

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john lewman

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This too good to be true. I love your work.
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Wow! Those are great. Good job.
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Excellent build, finish looks good, very smooth, Nick
craigrozema

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Thanks everyone
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Good Stuff
Bribie

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Love your work, Thanks for sharing will have to get them plans next time they are on sale.
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Those look wonderful!
craigrozema

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Thanks again here’s the truck all oiled up

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Very nice dude
Bribie

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Look even better with the finish thank you
Wombat

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Hi Craig,  lovely job!
I do like that timber you used on the trailer, what was it?
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craigrozema

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Hi Craig,  lovely job!
I do like that timber you used on the trailer, what was it?
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well according to menards (big box store) the purplish wood is poplar, the middle is alder and the fenders are maple
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Thanks Craig
 I presume the three yellow stripes on the Thong (flip flop) qualifies it as safety footwear[wink]

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Love this great model.
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