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    some outstanding fabrication. looks awesome.

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    Thanks for all of the great comments. As for the 3D printed motor I have no idea if they are for sale yet, you might want to contact them. I've posted a video today to find out if there's interest in a step by step tutorial of my builds, this way I can explain in more in detail and answer questions that some may have. In regards to the build you can send a request and which ever one I get more requests for will be first and then the others next. I hope this works out.
    Sean



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    I can't wait... I vote for a 1949 Ford but I don't know if that would be a good beginner body.. Also please post the videos to 720P or even 1080p so we can see that awesome detail..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beauregard View Post
    I can't wait... I vote for a 1949 Ford but I don't know if that would be a good beginner body.. Also please post the videos to 720P or even 1080p so we can see that awesome detail..
    i would post a higher resolution for sure. The 49 Ford is a tad difficult for someone starting to work with styrene. If there's no interest doing the tutorials then i may decide doing that one. Sean

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    Interest will come I'm sure of it.. 👍

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    It's a very good idea and for me I think a jeep CJ was a good idea for beginning. Hope you are agree with me.
    Thanks for your help for beginners and have a nice day.

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    I think a lot of people would really appreciate a step by step video series to work alongside of, it's a fantastic idea! As for body ideas, I would suggest maybe a 1980-85 era Chevy pickup or something similar, because it has relatively simple body lines for beginners. Great video and looking forward to seeing more.

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    Thanks for the support and I'm glad there is interest. So far I've received a lot of ideas definitely different trucks, therefore I've come up with a truck that I feel for beginning would be the simplest to explain and for you to work with and simplest with styrene. Personally I think it's pretty cool looking let me know what you think. Because I'm not getting any support from any suppliers as of now this is quite a costly project but if anyone is interested in purchasing the one they want built we can also do that. I'm looking at getting some sponsors so I can continue this and some of my out of pocket expenses would be covered and to help the You tube channel grow. Here's a picture of the one I was thinking of.
    IMG_1.jpg.

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    I love it and ready to follow you and build this model. Perheaps it's a good idea to make a list of materiel to buid it.

    Regards

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    i like the old ones better

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