Z Scale Finished Models

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Dodge Power Wagon Tow Truck

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The Dodge Power Wagon was mechanically derived from the WC series of 3/4 ton military trucks. Introduced in 1946 as the first postwar civilian production 4x4 truck; it featured an enclosed all-weather cab, an 8-foot cargo bed, 126 inch wheelbase and a 230 cubic inch flathead inline-six engine. 

In addition to the 3D printed body and chassis, these models feature a number of photo-etched brass parts. These include the hoist and the tow gear, mud flaps and a steering wheel.

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Studebaker US6 2 1/2 Ton Cargo Truck

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Production of the US6 truck started in 1941 and over 200,000 were built during World War 2. Over 150,000 were exported under the lend-lease program mostly to Russia. The US military used these trucks in the construction of the Burma Road and in North America on the Alcan (Alaska) highway. 

In addition to the 3D printed body and chassis, this model features a number of photo-etched brass parts. These include the cargo bed stakes, the tailgate, mud flaps and steering wheel. Only 2 of these trucks are available at the present time due to the limited number of photo etched parts I had made on the initial test run. 

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