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Old 06-08-2014, 03:54 PM
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Default Custom build of a Kenworth C509 as autralian roadtrain


today I'd like to start a thread about my custom build Kenworth C509 as australian roadtrain. I try to create a scale truck, but I can't promise.

The only difference will be that I want to add fuel tanks of a T909.

Because of my lousy english, I'd like to speak via pictures with some comments.

Actually the build is stopped to finish my rebuild of my Knight Hauler, but after it is done, the C509 will be continued with high priority.

When I started the project, I bought a King Hauler as the base kit. But after some changes to the cabine, I saw that the needed modification would be more work than building it from the scatch.

The base for the truck is a 8x8 frame.

So I started the cabine with the mud wings.

Because of the fact that the bowl was round, the mud wings are not completely in parallel.

After this, I started with the hood

After that the saw was taken into action to cut off the part that will be fix at the cabine. The hood will be openable.

After this was done I started to build the cabine. The doors will be openable.

Parallel I added the cabs for the lambs.

After that I started to build the sleeper.

So far so good, the PS works were finished for that moment.
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