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    Woah noob never ruins things lol

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    This is gonna be another Noob stunner! I lurve your work....
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    Thanks guys. I'll continue ruining this for your viewing pleasure.

    Started on the grille. Those are Tamiya Wrangler headlight buckets.


    Plasti-Dip yer wheelz!


    Kinda looks like a 4Runner now!
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    Thanks for making my evening in regards to toy trucks. It's looking really good. I admire your grille.

    I'm smoking a pork shoulder tomorrow so I've got 10.5 hours to kill as I'm forced to be at home. I'm excited.
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    looks great. grille looks very good. curious to know what kind of tools you use for shaping body panels? is it mostly dremel? or do you use files, rasps, and sand paper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by imthatguy View Post
    Thanks for making my evening in regards to toy trucks. It's looking really good. I admire your grille.

    I'm smoking a pork shoulder tomorrow so I've got 10.5 hours to kill as I'm forced to be at home. I'm excited.
    Thank you Porky. Or should I call you Smokey?
    Quote Originally Posted by Wrencher View Post
    looks great. grille looks very good. curious to know what kind of tools you use for shaping body panels? is it mostly dremel? or do you use files, rasps, and sand paper?
    Thanks. All of the above. If I need to remove a lot of material I'll use the Dremel. If I need accuracy I'll use a file or sand paper.



    More work up front.


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    Right on! All the lines and shapes are looking great.
    That grill is looking awesome as well.
    Very cool.

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    Some day I hope to have half the styrene skills you have. Beautiful work.

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    Dayum dood! That's brilliant!!!
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    Do you have any pics of how you narrowed the front axle? I have the need to narrow some also...
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