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Mack H-67ST 6x4

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Scale  

1/25

Description  

It is a Mack H-67ST 6x4. and they where build between 1957 and 1962

To build this kit I have used a resin kit from AIM (American Industrial Models, http://www.aitruckmodels.com/ ) The kit consist resin and white metal parts.

The resin cab is cab is good detailed and it was not necessarily to use lots of filler before brushing.

To make a chassis I have used parts of the Mack R600 kit of AMT and I have shorted it to 4.60M. The axels are used from the Mack DM600 of ERTL but the rears are made a little narrow. The white metal parts are replaced by chrome one’s.,

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