Thanks for taking the time and effort to post these pics CD.
That green Louie is a fine looking jigger, IIRC BigCam had one like that??
I'd love to see the stationary engines and tractors too please.
I'd rather have tools that I don't need, than not have the tools I do need.
I will get to work on them tomorrow I hope. Hope to have another couple of hours of painting parts for the Cropmaster. Each time I do my long grey whiskers get a tinge of red in them and I forgot about it and when I picked up the wheels n tyres I got called a 'ranger'. I promise to be more careful in future.
There were so many beautiful tracks at the show again this year and I honestly have no clue as to how a judge could make a call as to what was the best. It appears that the level of time and care has risen imensely and some personal touches to make that truck their own also has risen. I do like the hand painted bulldog on theMack which must have been done years ago and jsut looks so right on the vehicle. Lots of chrome or not they are all winners just for attending and making it a great weekend, so thanks to all who were able to join in the fun.
Cheers Cobba & Cobbarette
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Cobberdog I would have thought that the American Dodge on the back of the Iveco would have created some interest as there are only 2 in Australia Maybe chrome and glitter is taking preference over historical trucks..Sad as most of these shinies started out needing resto.....My personal choice is seeing trucks in their workclothes