2004 The Year in Review

Here are trucks I've finished or rebuilt in 2004

Photos are not in build order

282brochuredaycab.JPG (48570 bytes) 357sbfalogger.JPG (62052 bytes) 357vochoodmix.JPG (50570 bytes) 362thatwasnt.JPG (40211 bytes) 385single.JPG (52934 bytes)

36276.JPG (51829 bytes) amtboxart359.JPG (38385 bytes) aphalt.JPG (45610 bytes) blackKWdump.JPG (50729 bytes) brownrebuilt352.JPG (51276 bytes)

 CFtriples.JPG (47439 bytes) cosmokramerWF.JPG (38217 bytes) DRasphalt.JPG (49975 bytes) explosive252.JPG (46563 bytes) FordCT900.JPG (27211 bytes)

green352H.JPG (45988 bytes) longnosebigorange.JPG (48765 bytes) lowboy.JPG (40669 bytes) Peterbilttrailer.JPG (40303 bytes) pirkle110.JPG (46612 bytes)

rebuilt352orange.JPG (44472 bytes) rebuiltKWtank.JPG (45119 bytes) redKWnarrow.JPG (41731 bytes) repaintedWF.JPG (32299 bytes) reworkedT600.JPG (21185 bytes)

ruan4270.JPG (46341 bytes) sercombfreightliner.JPG (51998 bytes) yellowpaystar.JPG (48404 bytes) yellow359dumprebuilt.JPG (45148 bytes) yellow359.JPG (45037 bytes)

yellow352.JPG (45150 bytes) wwsstake.JPG (49213 bytes) winmoore110.JPG (46132 bytes) wingramack.JPG (47074 bytes) whitetanker.JPG (34621 bytes)

utilitytrailer.JPG (48155 bytes) uphousemover.JPG (37473 bytes) tanwinmoreconv.JPG (46047 bytes) tanwinmore.JPG (44980 bytes) stangtar.JPG (36880 bytes)

sonnyCOE.JPG (45275 bytes)

I count 45  trucks and trailers (including trailers in combo photos)

Two trucks graced the cover of Model Cars Magazine! I'm still thrilled!  Thanks to Gregg Hutchings, Editor of MCM!

uphousemover.JPG (37473 bytes)357vochoodmix.JPG (50570 bytes)

Here are the display shelves as of December 31, 2004.

shelf1.JPG (63660 bytes) shelf2.JPG (71373 bytes) shelf3.JPG (65633 bytes) shelf4.JPG (78819 bytes) shelf5.JPG (65182 bytes)

Not shown is the workbench area, the "staging area" (where I keep painted cabs for later building), or the shelves of fresh kits.  Shelf space is a premium, so in '04 I moved all the kit boxes from the top shelves allowing more display space. Only 1 section has kit boxes, and those being classic AMT, MPC and Ertl boxes from the 70s (with kits).  The other kits are all on shelves in another room.

 

Here's to 2005 being as productive as 2004!

Thanks for looking!

Tim

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