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Thread: A '55 Ford COE with 4 doors on a King Hauler Chassis...why not!

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    That looks awesome! I’m seeing a big truck in my future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Beers View Post
    Freaking amazing.

    Geeeesh.
    Ya "joe"
    this is going to be such a beast !!!!
    Following closely along.



    Yaaaaaaa !

    2Beers fiver...absolutely !
    Thanks Ron, something I've been wanting to do for a while, these 1/14 scale rigs are so cool. Just wanted something different for the cab.
    Quote Originally Posted by Frederik View Post
    Looks awesome! Love the cab you made, and it sits nicely on the Hauler chassis! Can't wait to see the next update I never done any semi before, I would like to make one, but then the cost of the kits makes me reconsider everytime
    Thanks, I was a little surprised, it fit well but had to modify the front valence to get it to sit where it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Beers View Post
    Freaking amazing.

    Geeeesh.
    Ya "joe"
    this is going to be such a beast !!!!
    Following closely along.

    Yaaaaaaa !

    2Beers fiver...absolutely !
    Quote Originally Posted by Frederik View Post
    Looks awesome! Love the cab you made, and it sits nicely on the Hauler chassis! Can't wait to see the next update I never done any semi before, I would like to make one, but then the cost of the kits makes me reconsider everytime
    Quote Originally Posted by Inferno View Post
    That looks awesome! I’m seeing a big truck in my future.
    You won't regret it!! They are fun. Thanks!

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    I think it's safe to say that we all have a little pat rat in them especially when it comes to spare or left over RC parts. I am!!!! So it took 2 Midnight Pumpkin bodies to build the cab, leaving the beds. I almost threw out the beds, then looking at the chassis, I set the beds over the rear axles....well the pictures tell the rest of the story.IMG_5731.jpgIMG_5718.JPGIMG_5729.jpgIMG_5730.jpgIMG_5721.jpgIMG_5727.jpg

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    I thought the cab was awesome but those rear fenders are killer!

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    Yes, those fenders are brilliant!!

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    Perfect.

    Fenders really tie it all together.

    My eye's are happy.
    Run what Ya Brung.

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    nice fitment. looks like from professional customs shop

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    You're really good at chopping the pumpkin into a coe,that's a slick looking setup. The body with those fenders looks killer on the chassis. Do the fenders clear everything when there's weight on it?

    I'm not quite sure about the B-pillar / rear window angles though.

    Would look great on some old style rims like split daytons or something steel

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    Man this is such a sweet rig! I do not have a 1/14 rc but I want your. Your work is so good and clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dagabba View Post
    Yes, those fenders are brilliant!!
    They happened by accident! - digg'n the way they turned out too, Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by 2Beers View Post
    Perfect.

    Fenders really tie it all together.

    My eye's are happy.
    Thanks 2Beers!

    Quote Originally Posted by pera2008 View Post
    nice fitment. looks like from professional customs shop
    Thank you!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Frizzen View Post
    You're really good at chopping the pumpkin into a coe,that's a slick looking setup. The body with those fenders looks killer on the chassis. Do the fenders clear everything when there's weight on it?

    I'm not quite sure about the B-pillar / rear window angles though.

    Would look great on some old style rims like split daytons or something steel
    So far - yes, but have yet to sit the low loader on it and test it. know, was torn on the angle, researched a few modified crew cab COE's, Chevy and Ford and settled on the angles...wheels, I know, thinking about a set of RC4WD Chaos wheels. Thanks!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Kinsler View Post
    Man this is such a sweet rig! I do not have a 1/14 rc but I want your. Your work is so good and clean.
    I appreciate that!!! Thanks!

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