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Keith S

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  1. Misc. B-Model Small parts Circuit breaker panel Turn signal switch Bendix Trailer brake bias control Engine thermostat Do-Ray 410 cab light shield Best offer, all or separate, plus shipping from Gainesville, FL 32605
  2. PTO taken off Mack TR771 5-speed transmission. Best offer plus shipping from Gainesville, FL 32605
  3. B-Model fresh air ducting. Dual chamber ducting from air cleaner to engine compartment - some damage, reasonably pliable Fresh air ducting - very stiff Air filter cowl bracket Best offer (all or separate) plus shipping from Gainesville, FL 32605
  4. B-Model dash panel & gauges. Ammeter Water Temp Fuel Air Pressure Dash Panel $25 each or $100 for everything, plus shipping from Gainesville, FL 32605
  5. B-model glove box - see photos Best offer over $30, plus shipping from Gainesville, FL 32605
  6. For the B-model emblem I'm thinking about $20 each. Price is based on: The biggest initial expense is the time required to create/duplicate the characters These parts are plastic - printed plastic. They're not delicate or fragile but need post-printing cleanup Detail and cleanup - me or you. It's easy but time consuming. Basic cleanup is at least 10 minutes Then painting More cleanup Final painting. Chrome plating is possible, but add another 0 to the price Once I have accumulated the B-Model characters (B, 1, 2, 3, 4...), the price will probably not differ As long as there is no change in the font See item 3 Price of model type depends on demand. The higher the demand, the lower the cost. Econdyne, Maxidyne, Thermodyne..., etc. I need a good photo Vertical, straight down shots are the best. I basically create a CAD model by tracing the imagine - not hard, but time consuming. The fewer shadows the better. Pits, cracks, rust, and broken pieces are not a big deal. So, that's the deal.
  7. More parts printed: Door latches Emblems Horn button If there's interest, I can custom print emblems The blue parts are plastic (PLA) and as-printed without any cleaning. I spent about 10 minutes cleaning the blue parts and then sprayed them with primer. Another 20 minutes detailing can make a big difference Plastic can be chrome plated, but it requires a lot of prep work as every flaw will show The Horn Button Still tweaking the pieces Three pieces Super-glued together Will need detailing to look smooth like the original I'm not sure the hardware for my horn button is correct - the button is too far above the steering wheel Door Latches Not sure how the plastic will hold up. It wouldn't pass today's requirements of: Double lock Door beam Roll-over test 500lb Gorilla tugging on the handle But, they're better than what's on my truck If there's interest, I could make a mold and cast them in brass or bronze (or alum or...)
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