Bed turned out killer "scaler" ! Great job.
You my friend, have a God givin talent for these tiny trucks and a great eye.
The work your achieving is very impressive ...But i seriously can't wait to see how you refine and what you can do in the next few years if their turning out this sweet now.
Looking forward to your next update already. More please.
Run what Ya Brung.
wow that looks amazing. great job
Sean, amazing, I know I've said it before, but just an awesome build. So my only comment????? We all love our 4 X 4's, but if there was ever one of your bodies / creations that was screaming for a 2 X 4 stance it's the Apache! IMO of course.....lets put it to a vote shall we?
Nice little rake to it, dumped in front, fatties in the rear, tonneau cover.......oh boy I can see it now.
Ditto on the 2wd monster! Yeay!! Looks great, man!
Hell, Scaler, you're hired! I'll be watching this thread closely!
"Sometimes ya gotta roll da hard six..." -Commander William Adama
Very, very fantastic! Great set of pics, very impressing how things come together from nothing! Regards Jens
Scale Virus infected!
I made a mock up frame out of 1/4 mdf to see how everything sits, now she's on all fours also made inner fender wells and dash also castted some seats, which I'll show how make a mould on a video. I posted a picture of the tool that is a must to do this type of work.
Thanks 2 beers! It means a lot coming from you because your builds are top notch in my eye's, I want to get into more intricate builds as time goes on, and maybe a few cars also. I have a few ideas up my sleeves for the near future.
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Thanks ! Wrencher
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Hey Scott! Unfortunately I don't have a kit to do 4 x 2 , I would have to purchase a kit for the front suspension to do this set up but maybe in the near future,I would have to sell a few more trucks.
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Thanks! With some time and patience and an eye for detail it's amazing what you can do.
Originally Posted by Kellerkind
Wow Sean you continue to amaze me. It's amazing how fast you can do these things. I'm sure the power sander really speeds up the process. So now you have me curious, you tend to use the same rc4wd black transfer cases in majority of your builds, as well as the gear reduction unit up front. So I was wondering if you bought these items in bulk? Or buy your whole drivetrain at once per vehicle if that makes sense
Man, the lines on this build are just amazing. Just love these old Chevy's and this one is turning out awesome Sean.