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Absolutely stunning, my friend Charles!
Loved the top.net representation.
Thank you Spiros.
Looks amazing . On to the next Mad Max movie set !
A study in weathering I am looking at intently. Well done.
HeHe! Thanks a lot.
Amazing build and weathering.
Much appreciated Bob.
That is one well used truck Charles.
It sure is Haslam. The container and its content is on its way to the scrap yard for the last time. I got the idea of a similar truck I saw on the internet. 😉
Fantastic result, Charles.
Your weathering techniques are fantastic and are clearly shown on this build.
The net on top indeed looks awesome as well.
Thank you John. Glad you like this too. 🙂
Super work Charles, looks like something straight off the motorway!
Thanks a lot. 🙂
hmm - I can smell the grease back there!
Hehe! Greg. 🙂 3
That wouldn’t look out of place on the roads here in Southern Delaware USA. It might be an old cab over Peterbuilt though. Cool build!
HeHe! Thanks Jim.
Looks great, reminds me of container I'd see at work.
I've seen quite a few myself. 😉 This one was mimic after one I saw on the internet.
Just having a nose around at some of the other work on this site and came across yours. There's just so much to look at with your works... I like to really study a photo of a model especially when its been weathered like yours are and try to figure out the special effects you used to get the effect you wanted - with this one it's the 5th wheel hitch - I really like the geasy, oily veneer.
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