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Dodge L-700

Kit / Model  

Dodge L-700 with Flatbed trailer

Manufacturer  

Lindberg

Item Code  

73068

Scale  

1/25

Description  

This kit is very difficult to build, because the instructions are different of the regulars ones. It comes with graphics, but you have to read over an over in some steps of the process to figure out where exactly the piece go. I spend many hours looking for any information about this truck, but the web doesn't have enough information about it. Anyway, I just used the 3 pictures that I found of it and this is the result.
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Este es un modelo dificil de armar, porque las instrucciones son diferentes a las que conocemos normalmente. estas vienen con dibujos, pero tambien hay que leer bastante para poder entender exactamente donde va cada pieza. Busque durante muchas horas informacion sobre este camion, pero no encontre sino 3 fotos que me ayudaron a terminarlo. FABIO

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by: Dallas hardt (dallasgeneandmachine@hotmail.com) on 2009-04-09 - 20:30

How do you keep the splash panels on and
the mufflers? Ive been having trouble with them.

by: Fabio Bonilla (modeler_1970@yahoo.com) on 2008-12-03 - 06:53

Hi Dallas and thank you for your comment. This kit was not easy to me. I spent a lot of time looking through the web for a pictures that give me a good idea how this truck looks because the instructions does not help so much. After I found a few pictures I stared with it. Every piece was tested before glued or painted because this L700 has a lot fit problems and I am sure that you already know where. Good luck with your L700s and hope to see them here.
Regards,
FABIO

by: Dallas (dallasgeneandmachine@hotmail.com) on 2008-12-02 - 22:53

How did you make this kit so good looking?
I'm working on two Dodge L-700s when I'm done they will be custom!
One will be a chop top the other will be a junk car removal truck.

by: Mario Covalski (marioc) on 2008-04-30 - 15:50

Beautiful Fabio a rarity really