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Thread: Chevy 1500 W/T on a CMAXX (SAS)

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    While it may not be as lightweight as you had hoped, it certainly looks great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AXEWOUND77 View Post
    Wow!! Amazing work!

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    Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by pardonmyn00b View Post
    While it may not be as lightweight as you had hoped, it certainly looks great!
    Thanks man! I guess I really shouldnt complain too much; full body, chassis, trans, axles, wheels/tires, and motor and im still just under 6 lbs - so maybe its not a full on disaster haha

    Not really an update, I was just pumped that I got the body together. I hadnt seen the cab under primer till now and I thought it was gonna be a lot worse that it ended up being. So I guess a little filler and some corners softened and thats about it for bodywork!

    IMG_20180102_232604_549 by sgtbforza, on Flickr

    IMG_20180102_232604_550 by sgtbforza, on Flickr

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    This is going to be one awesome scale Chevy when finished. Great job.

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    Impressive man, bringing back memories of learning how to drive.

    Sent you a shapeways link via FB PM you might be interested in.

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    Don, you've always been a great builder, but this is your finest work to date. Incredible job, you should be really proud of the progress.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rickleo View Post
    This is going to be one awesome scale Chevy when finished. Great job.
    Thanks man, that is one excellent chevy you are working on also!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeepy84 View Post
    Impressive man, bringing back memories of learning how to drive.

    Sent you a shapeways link via FB PM you might be interested in.

    Sent from my XT1585 using Tapatalk
    Thanks man! Some of us never learned how to do that, or at least thats what youd think if you watched me comp

    Quote Originally Posted by imthatguy View Post
    Don, you've always been a great builder, but this is your finest work to date. Incredible job, you should be really proud of the progress.
    I really appreciate you taking the time to say this man, thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgtbham View Post
    Thanks man! Some of us never learned how to do that, or at least thats what youd think if you watched me comp
    Lol! I was talking 1:1


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    great looking rig there sir !!
    if it ain't broke drive it !!!

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    Very good work. I'd love to make a scratch body some day. I'm not picking it apart but with all the attention to detail you're putting in, don't forget the slight flare around the wheel wells. The part that always rots out first up here in the salt belt. It'll give the sides of the truck that pop and final touch. Again, amazing work, just don't want you to notice it later when it's too late

    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaggi181 View Post
    great looking rig there sir !!
    Thank you very much!

    Quote Originally Posted by Itali83 View Post
    Very good work. I'd love to make a scratch body some day. I'm not picking it apart but with all the attention to detail you're putting in, don't forget the slight flare around the wheel wells. The part that always rots out first up here in the salt belt. It'll give the sides of the truck that pop and final touch. Again, amazing work, just don't want you to notice it later when it's too late

    Ben
    Dont worry, the flare was already in the works - just wanted to knock my trimlines into shape before adding them (they would be in my way)

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