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Finished my 3D pickup (well almost)

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  • Finished my 3D pickup (well almost)

    Almost finished with my 3D pickup truck, just need to paint the driver. I started this awhile ago and then it sat on my bench, untouched.
    The chassis is based off of SD's highboy chassis design. I 3D printed the cab, bed, engine, grill, radiator and inserts and driver.

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    Last edited by Junior; January 21, 2020, 06:31 PM.

  • #2
    That is cool!


    • #3
      Heck ya. That thing looks great!!


      • #4
        Brilliant. Absolutely wonderful! I love that you printed all of the different pieces and brought them together to make a unique build. That's the essence of 3D, in my opinion.

        Great work!
        Come Race at The Trace!
        Timberline Trace International Raceway - SW of Mpls, MN


        • #5
          Always attracted to the out of box ideas plus very fun to look at!!!

          what scale is this?

          thanks for sharing!!!

          Dumdee Denny


          • #6
            Wow, that looks nice. If its 1/32 I have a file for dualies that can be printed out for it that fit 3/32 axle and use the 2mm set screws. SCC carries the Paul Gage tires that fit the wheel.


            • #7
              It is 1/32. The original files were for 1/10 th R/C that I found on


              • #8
                Had to do a little work on the chassis, thought it looked kinda cool without the body.

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