OK I'm a modeler but how in the world do you get so much detail?!???!? When I saw the penny next to the tractor I was amazed at the size and the paint/weathering. Guy must have tons of patience and lots of time on his hands!
Rick, my thoughts exactly. Can't believe he can get such attention to the details using such a small sized "platform". Wait I've got it. He works in hollywood and the penny is really the size of a dinner table. Anyone buy that?
Thanks for sharing Claes!!
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What are you talking about Husky Bob???? The tractor is one of the most detailed parts including the wheels and tires. I can't believe how he got the rusted, weathered look. It even has oil stains around the oil pan! Unbelievable, the more I look the more I see!
It's a beautiful job but I was wondering about the tires too. Were hard rubber tires used on tractors between the time of steel wheels and pneumatic tires? I noticed the truck tires have tread or some what bald tires. I've just never seen hard rubber on a tractor?