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  1. were 'Horse shoes' involved here?? If that had been me , oh man ............................... good save Carl.....
  2. My thought's exactly..................... I have my stash stacked up behind my Tahoe, and will now Back Up !................... that is an incredible build, I'm hardly worthy of even looking at it... wow.... that has to be one of the very best I have ever seen, ..........
  3. That highway is not far from where I live, so it is a VERY interesting show for me and Jamie's trucks are just as gorgeous in real life as they are on the tv....
  4. I have one almost as good...... a fellow I know and is a good guy....... was driving a Ford C series single axle cab over, on a P&D delivery for Public Freightways here in B.C. He did his pre-trip, which included lifting the cab, when completed, he dropped the cab, got in and went on his way....... he had to drive from the freight depot to another small town of Trail B.C., about 25 miles or so, but when coming into Trail in those days we all had to go down a VERY steep grade past the Cominco smelter ( now Teck Cominco) , with a stop sign at the bottom. Well, you can guess what happened, Jerry hadn't 'locked' the cab and as he made the stop, the cab came forward, and he was jammed into the windshield at the stop sign at a VERY busy intersection at 'rush' hour....................... needless to say he needed a little assistance to get things sorted.....
  5. ooooooooooooooo you do 3D parts?????? hhhhhmmmmmm............. do you get the tv show Highway Thru Hell???
  6. ..................AND ............. the obligatory Hand Sanitizer ! Awesome haul Ernie !!
  7. Danny, the wheels look like these... on the Kenworth, those are 5 hole aluminum, from the late 50's to early '60's, the second pic of Doman's Freightliner, has a Dayton style wheel, all steel, very utilitarian, the Hayes Gravel truck has a standard 2 hole Budd rim, all steel, and the last pic of the Loiusville has the standard steel 5 hole Budd rims..... these are all the styles I mentioned to you earlier today..... the 5 hole and 2 hole Budd rims are available after market, and if you want a set of the Dayton style rims, they also are available aftermarket, and on those sites I passed on to you at the beginning of the thread.... I hope this is of some help... Jeff
  8. I was close to saying I could take a set of wheels I have, strip them for you and send them to your project.... can't have this one on the shelf of doom....
  9. That sounds like good news, your eyes not the model work................... good luck and can't wait to hear a post-op report Jeff
  10. Jeff

    Ey up guys

    I nearly wet my drawers ............... THAT is a good commercial!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  11. You made a Crummy ( Crew Cab ) R series Mack?? cool .... I hope you will do a WIP on this , it is interesting..... jeff
  12. Jeff

    Ey up guys

    I've BEEN to Scotland, does THAT count???Good to 'see' you Alan..... you DO know you are with the crazies now eh??
  13. Thanks Gaz.............. and I agree, it looks better than good, it looks real, thanks for the informed advice, I will take that......
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