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Here is another model built by Denis Doucet. He started out with Jacobs Models A/AT 9500 Day cab resin kit# A113, and omited the roof fairing, and added a scratch built visor. He used a Promotex Ford chassis, the only one available with air suspension, Dennis Aust wheels and the tires are from Lonestar, the fuel tanks are re-worked Dennis Aust parts, the oil cooler and reservoir for the concrete trailer are sort of scratch built, the roof lights are made out of styrene, the tool box, the battery box so is the sun visor and the brackets for the rotary flashers as well. modified the front bumper to achieve the prototype look , and clear acetate for windshield and windows, still to add windshields wipers the look is great and I love it, note that a concrete truck does not have rotary flashers normally, but that truck can be utilize with some low-boys so this is why it has flashers, the front grille was painted with Testors silver and black. Great looking setup with the concrete pumper! And as always Denis did a fantastic job! Thanks again for the photo's! Updated on April 20 2008

Here is another shot of the A/AT 9500 model built by Denis Doucet. Updated on April 20 2008

Here is another shot of the A/AT 9500 model built by Denis Doucet. Updated on April 20 2008

Here is another shot of the A/AT 9500 model built by Denis Doucet. Updated on April 20 2008

Here is another model built by Denis Doucet Using Jacobs Models CH 613 (set Forward axle) resin kit# CH-02, and Herpa's CH mack. I really like this truck and it is pulling a scratch built low-boy that will be lettered for my crane company thanks for bringing some nice cabs like that, fun to built and capture the feel of the prototype. let me know what you think Thanks again Denis. Looks great - Jim, and Jamie! Updated on April 20 2008

Here is another shot of the mack built by Denis! Updated on April 20 2008

Here is another shot of the mack built by Denis! Updated on April 20 2008

Andrew Castle built this FLD 120 day cab model using Jacobs Models resin kit# 1201. The Sunbury FL120 is mounted on an Athearn frame, pretty much unmodified. Scratchbuilt chip trailer. Thanks for the photo's Nice work Andrew, great job on the trailer too! Updated on April 20 2008

Another shot of Andrew's FLD 120! Updated on April 20 2008

Another shot of Andrew's FLD 120! Updated on April 20 2008

Here is another model from Andrew Castle built using a modified Jacobs Models FLD 120 resin kit# 1201. This one is one of his Farmer's Dairy milk tankers. He modified the fenders and bumper, mounted it on a Promotex frame, and scratchbuilt the mirrors, etc. The trailer is again scratchbuilt from styrene with ladders and some details from brass wire. Thanks for the photo's Andrew! Updated on April 20 2008

Here is one more shot of Andrews Tanker! Updated on April 20 2008

Jan Wijers built this CH 613 Rawhide (set forward front axle) model using Jacobs Models CH-02 hood, and bumper resin kit, and Herpa's CH mack. Thanks for the photo's Nice work Jan! Updated on April 20 2008

Another shot of Jan Wijers Rawhide. Updated on April 20 2008

Jim, Around Christmas time last year my 7-year old son Graham purchased a mold of an International Loadstar 1700 cab. This was the first model that we made together. We’re sending you a few pictures. Thanks for the help and inspiration. Graham loves looking at all of your work on the 1/87th Scale Model website. Randy and Graham Gaulke. Thanks for your kind words, and nice job! Keep up the good work! Note: we do not have any more castings of the model. Updated on April 20 2008

This is a 4900FX resin kit from Jacobs Models (kit # 4901) that Denis Doucet from Montreal built. Nice Job! Thanks for the pictures Dennis! Updated on July/26/05

Here is another shot of Dennis nicely built truck! Updated on July/26/05

No! This is not a cropped picture. Dennis actually built two 4900FX kits (kit # 4901) . Note: that the one has (heavy haul) roof lights and one does not. Updated on July/26/05

Here is another great looking model built by Denis Doucet! This time Denis used a FLD 120 Condo resin kit (kit # 1203) from Jacobs Models (. Updated on July/26/05

This is a FLD 120 resin kit from Jacobs Models that Uli Heufs from Germany built to depict a Quebec unit great job Uli! Updated on April/20/03

Here is another shot of Uli`s great looking tractor! Updated on April/20/03

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