Lee Drennen is a bad influence on me (BIG-BIG smile), responsible for turning my engine house into a truck garage. Lee's great Kenworth's and Mack's set me in motion to see what I could do. With a stock of Corgi Mack's (bought cheap) and Don Mills parts, I had several in stages and with the holidays I had time to finish. Here are some results.
Green B61 is the east coast independent with lots of chrome, aluminum sleeper, tandem axle, Alcoa wheels and detail parts added.
Blue B61 is the heavy hauler with tandem axle, headache rack, steptanks and winch on the fuel tank platform, tandem axle and detail parts added.
Gulf B61 in a stock Corgi frame and cab with details added and a 1995 Revell reissue tanker.
Mason Dixon B61 is a stock Corgi frame and cab, redecorated with a few details added.
Associated Transport LJ is a stock Corgi tractor redecorated and a DeHanes trailer I had to put Wheels under.
Akers straight truck is a salvage from a truck I cut the frame off in order to make the tandem axle tractors. Wood block to mount a new axle and due to the body, you cant even see it.
I need to get back to putting down ballast, building models is more fun though.