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Old 08-12-2010, 07:11 AM   #1
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These are pictures of Micheal's Conversion
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Old 10-17-2010, 12:52 PM   #2
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Very Nice work so far. I Love the look of the the Kenworth trucks. Some day I hope to be running a truck like that.
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Old 10-17-2010, 06:53 PM   #3
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Not very nice of you to show us all those pictures of that trailer and those two engine shots, but nothing else!! Shame on you, Todd. Seconds on the style of those classic Kenworths. That's what a truck should look like. Those and the Western Stars are my favorites. Keep the pictures coming of the build. Where is this being built? Fargo?
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I just posted Micheals pictures for him, the rest you'll have to ask him about.

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The truck is being built in Choctaw,Oklahoma. Progress has been a little slow lately with work and honey-do's getting priority. The truck is a 1995 KW W900B with a Cat 3406,425HP (manual) and a 15 speed trans. 3.55 rear end. With an estimated truck and Trailer GVW of 28K it should get down the highway as fast as I care to go.Truck is going to the paint shop next month. I'll "try" to post more pictures as work continues.
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AAaaahhhh,, now I get it. I got confused. Sorry.
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