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    What's the low down on the one in the last pic? It looks very cool to me.
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    That last one is a body placed over a Chevrolet Dually Diesel. Look at the rear fenders to see how much he had to do to cover the dual wheels! No Hood as the air cleaner jumps up and over the hood supports. The rear skulls eyes light up as taillights. During the show he had the 4 way flashers going. From California, I met him on the shop tour. He was having brake problems and I referred him to an old fashioned brake/alignment shop, one where the owner has 40 years of experience rather than 40 minutes of instructions on the alignment machine like a lot of the chains nowadays. Quick fix. The truck sure got the looks during the show.
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