Scale RC Forum Forum Members’ Builds Off-Road builds 12000 Miles on the Clock ’38 Buisness Coupe’

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  • #43394
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    AvatarNeil
    • Scale Off Road Pro
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    greeley wrote:
    Aint it funny how these yanks come up with all these cool looking off roaders and idea’s for scalers built after 1:1 vehicles but its a brit that they turn to, to actualy make it ;) nice one fella and real real nice work.

    Thats a Good Compliment.
    There isn’t actually too many people without sounding big headed who can actually make a Completly Scratch Built Body.

    The Chap who this is for ‘R2j Kustoms’ is highly regarded in terms of building Scale Tube Chassis’s

    I wasn’t planning on building for a while to get some of my own bits finished but it was too good an opportunity to turn down.

    Should get some more work out of this as well.

    #41613
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    DrakkenDrakken
    • Scaling Like A Pro
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    I really love reading through your build threads, There’s always something you’ve never seen before getting done. Pure inspiration fella ;)

    #41614
    AvatarAnonymous
    • Scale Off Road Pro
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    Cool. Nice one Neil thanks ;)

    #43395
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    taff1969taff1969
    • Scale Off Road Pro
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    I think this could be better than the last one.Love them weld lines B)
    Another tip to add to my book
    Stop keeping these builds quiet and keep posting em

    #43399
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    AvatarNeil
    • Scale Off Road Pro
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    taff1969 wrote:
    I think this could be better than the last one.Love them weld lines B)
    Another tip to add to my book
    Stop keeping these builds quiet and keep posting em

    This one was on ‘Rccrawler’ and ‘Rc4wd forum’

    http://www.rccrawler.com/forum/2-2-scale-rigs/426522-66-f-100-truggy-f-ruggy.html

    #43400
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    laterslaters
    • Scaling Like A Pro
    • ★★★★★

    Got to admit that I clicked on the link in your post and it took a couple of seconds to realise that it was a full sized truck in the photo and not the body you were working on. 😳
    Another top job. :)

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