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Discussion in 'Scale Build Projects' started by Rickleo, Mar 10, 2018.
Perhaps maybe a Tan paint with a black bedliner two-tone?
This is the look I was going for
Finally got to take Ole' Heavy outside to play.
Looks really good, I thought it was a 1:1 in the first pic! I like that the axles aren't very wide and there's tire under the fenders.
Thanks. I didn't want the wheels to stick out too much like those truck with the huge offset wheels. Wanted to keep it looking as scale as possible
Added a scratch built roof rack roll bar and toolbox to Ole Heavy
Finally got the final color laid down. It's military camo sand.
Purchased a Tamiya weathering kit yesterday. Put a little rust and ugly on Ole Heavy. Plus got a set of these sweet Va license plates on the way
Took Ole Heavy out to get some sun yesterday but I think the sun got me lol. It's too dam hot!!! It was a fun drive while it lasted. If you notice Ole Heavy got some new cab roof lights now. Got them from Harry's Wheel Shop on Shapeways. I think they look great.
That’s a sick Chevy !!!
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Did a little work on Ole Heavy. Got the headlights and marker lights colored and installed. Used a yellow and orange Sharpie to color the marker lights inside then sanded and weathered the outside to give them a used look. Also tinted the headlights yellow. Why?....... Because I could lol. Really like how they turned out
Been a while since I posted any progress on my Ole Heavy build. Got a Facebook page "Square Headz RC" that I've been trying to maintain and it takes a lot of my time. Some progress made but still a long ways to go. I painted the wheels to match the body. Changed out the tires to Rc4wd 1.55 Mud Slingers. Don't know how they preform yet but I really like the look. Decided to drop my scratch built Cummins turbo diesel under the hood. Redoing the shock locations to look more period correct. And made a canvas cover for the bed. Still have to redo the drivetrain, finish the engine bay, and build the interior. Real happy how Ole Heavy is turning out but like I said still a long way to go.
Been doing work on Ole Heavy little by little. Painted and weathered the chassis, and Cummins diesel. Made some inner fenders. And been taking him out and enjoying him. Man I love this truck
That rig looks freakin awesome ,it looks like a full size truck in the pics!....
Thanks. That means I'm building it right