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  1. #11
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    Here we go again! I'll grab a seat on the front row, right there!

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    'Wow' already!

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    Holy Moley!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headquake View Post
    Yay! 2 thumbs!
    Quote Originally Posted by imthatguy View Post
    When your hands are dirty, it means it's working.
    I don't wash my hands. It's a ripoff.
    Quote Originally Posted by generis View Post
    OOoooo some crafty stuff going on down in O high O... and it's heading in the upwards direction! I can't believe that used to be a HiLuX!
    I wish I kept count of how many Hilux bodies I've destroyed over the years. I think it's somewhere between 3 and 97.
    Quote Originally Posted by crawlin View Post
    I really like great job on the axles
    Thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by LRTd5 View Post
    Those fenders are so perfect...
    Did You carved and sanded them from "multilayer - styren" ?
    (I wish there would be one or two pics more from the earlier stage )

    Regards
    Thank you. You are correct. I layered up some styrene and carved them with my Dremel. I found a picture from the 3rd 4Runner I made in December of 2009. I do it about the same way now, but with thicker styrene so I don't have to cut as many pieces out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wrencher View Post
    Looking great Noob
    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRW-FJ40 View Post
    Something tells me it's gonna be red. solid front axle, check. carburetor equipped crawler motor, Check.
    Only red on the inside. Some kind of fluid leak I can't find the source of, check. Worn out front springs, check.
    Quote Originally Posted by imthatguy View Post
    I picture Lowe's Muted Drab Green and Plasti-Dip.
    I'm thinking more of 6 cans of Deep Forest Green from Walmart, 2 bottles of Raptor Liner and a dash of Plasti-Dip.
    Quote Originally Posted by alan View Post
    'Wow' already!
    Thanx!


    I have a long way to go before another can of Rustoleum blows up in my hand.
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    Looks absolutely great already n00b!

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    Yeah man, looks super.
    Love the axle width and non-beadlock rims too of course.
    Are you still doing the regular back top or are you making a pickup?

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    Yay, another FoRunna!! Looks jim dandy already sir. X2 on the axle width. I'm already thinking about what dead animal pelt will adorn this creation.

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    lookin good noob. not sure i would have the patience to cut out all that styrene to make the flares. really like the narrow axles.

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    Greetings from Charleston, South Carolina. It is warm here and I haven't seen many trucks. So this truck looks extra nice.
    SBG OWNER YOUTUBE AXIAL AMBASSADOR GCM TEAM DRIVER VANQUISH MAD MOOSE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikaros View Post
    Looks absolutely great already n00b!
    Thank you!
    Quote Originally Posted by Headquake View Post
    Yeah man, looks super.
    Love the axle width and non-beadlock rims too of course.
    Are you still doing the regular back top or are you making a pickup?
    Thanks. No beadlocks on my real truck so this ain't getting them either. And yes, I will be building the top for it. Tonight actually...
    Quote Originally Posted by MidlandRC View Post
    Yay, another FoRunna!! Looks jim dandy already sir. X2 on the axle width. I'm already thinking about what dead animal pelt will adorn this creation.
    Thanks! Mouse? Rabbit? Lizard? You'll have to wait and see.
    Quote Originally Posted by Wrencher View Post
    lookin good noob. not sure i would have the patience to cut out all that styrene to make the flares. really like the narrow axles.
    Thanks. I don't have the patience either. I did it over a period of 3 days.
    Quote Originally Posted by imthatguy View Post
    Greetings from Charleston, South Carolina. It is warm here and I haven't seen many trucks. So this truck looks extra nice.
    Greetings from the same place I always am and will continue to be. Do they not have turks there? Do they only have carts? I'm sorry!



    Quick diversion from bodywork. The spare.

    New.


    Under a truck for 28 years.


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