Here is a better foto from the grille on the pickup.
And this is my third Hotrod. A five window coupe with a supercharged flathead V8. Frame is again from Hightech, the wheels also are from Hightech. The rest is from the Jordan kit. Painted in Testors granet pearl. The engine is painted with Alcad2 Chrome.
This time I finished a truck. It is a Wiking Pete which I transformed into a dumptruck. The dumpbody is all scratch. The tipping mechanism is from Herpa. The pete pulls a three axle tag trailer. I orintated myself at the Talbert Ac3-25. Except the wheels and the ramps the trailer is scratchbuild. The ramps are from the Roco Goldhofer, the wheels are from the Herpa Goldhofer TU3. I thinking about to make a copy of the trailer for myself and if there is interest maybe selling some copies for materialcost.
It was real wood decking. It didn't survive getting it out of the silicon. Wood seems to stick very good to silicon. Some glueing points did brake up, so I have to rebuilt some part of the trailer. It will again get real wood decking, but I above the wheels I will add diamondplates.
And again a truck of my workbench. This time the long Pete. I painted it in pearl blue and grey-metallic form Tamiya. The right rear Fender needs a rebuilt because it didn't wanted to get finished well. On the last two fotos I added a 53ft trailer from Walthers. The Busch Chevy Caprice is only to show the length of the truck.
This time a Chevy ProMod off my Workbench. I started with the Busch Chevy Pick Up. It got an whole new chassis, a new interior, hood opened and many more. The wheels are from the JL-Innovations dragster. The engine is made out off Jordan parts with an scratch scoop and blower. Removable wheeliebar and spoiler. Painted in candy lime green with grey-metallic.
The next beast is finished. An awd 28 Ford Model A pickup. Powerd by a at least 1000hp intercooled bi-turbo V8. Basis was the Athearn pickup. Chassis scratch builded, completly new hood made out of alu. Wheels from the GHQ hot rod. The cab was chopped. Painted in silver, grey metallic and clear orange
I finished my newest project. A Mack DM-800 Off-Highway truck. I started with an Alloy Forms Mack DM-800 cab. The chassis has the front of a Herpa 4x4 Chassis, the rest is scratchbuild. Tires are from Kibri. The front rims are based on the Alloy Forms rims, on the back I used the planetary of a Herpa Liebherr and a Kibri rim from the Liebherr LTM 1800. Now some pictures: