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  1. #1
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    Default Ford Model AA Truck

    AA Ford 1928 (300x200).jpg
    1930-ford-aa-flatbed-truck-6 (550x413).jpg

    Here is one that's been on my bucket build list.
    Starts to another ferd.

    Enjoy and thanks for looking.

    Started with a 1/18 scale Crawler for a donor of stuff.
    IMG_1732 (550x413).jpg
    Looks like it will preform.
    IMG_1733 (550x413).jpg

    Any who, ...blew it up, and started with a rear axle...from a front axle.
    Its a start and Im chomping at the bit to get going on a chassis.
    Stuff I will be using from the donor.
    IMG_1734 (550x413).jpg
    Parts bin
    Tires will work for 1.55 wheels....super soft and sticky fellers. Great grippy treads.
    IMG_1735 (550x413).jpg

    and slow progress but where on our way for another old timer.
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    IMG_1739 (550x413).jpg
    Probably build my own front axle again from brass,
    this semi one is pretty blocky.
    IMG_1740 (550x413).jpg

    Hope you enjoy the build.
    Hope I stay the path and complete it...
    Run what Ya Brung.

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    Awesome. Love watching these.

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    Got my front row seat ready. Where is my popping corn?
    SBG Junior Vice President in Charge of Jerps

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShopGTR View Post
    Awesome. Love watching these.
    Quote Originally Posted by pardonmyn00b View Post
    Got my front row seat ready. Where is my popping corn?
    Thanks Guys.
    In the Zone for sure on this one.
    Starts to a chassis.
    Lots of measuring, and dragging tools and equipment back in from the shop.

    Starts to a chassis...yes wood..heheheheeh. Cause I like Wood.
    AA Chassis 1928 Ford (474x168).jpg
    IMG_1741 (550x413).jpg
    IMG_1742 (550x413).jpg
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    MMMmmmmm MMmmmmm MMMMMMmmmm
    Tools I'm familiar with
    IMG_1744 (550x413).jpg

    Truck
    AA.jpg
    Run what Ya Brung.

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    Great build! I love those big A’s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inferno View Post
    Great build! I love those big A’s.
    Thanks.
    I do too.

    Hope to do it some justice.

    Bare with....the very basics.
    Visualize as I always say..haaaaaaa
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    Run what Ya Brung.

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    I am already drooling! So good to see you building again, going to be some RC goodness for sure!!!!

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    Put me down as another who's glad to see you building again. Top notch stuff so far!
    SBG OWNER YOUTUBE AXIAL AMBASSADOR GCM TEAM DRIVER VANQUISH KNIGHT CUSTOMS TEAM

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    These AAs are really cool. Great 1:10 representation of the 1:1 frame.

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    Good start, love the wheels.

    Wes

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