» Smarty's Current & Planned Projects
1988 Utility 2000R - 99%
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It's been released and is available on the Steam Workshop. Future developments will include more variants (lengths, 102″ width, other reefer units...)

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Trailmobile SuperVan 90 - 90%
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The SuperVan 90 was a model produced by Trailmobile Canada at the Brampton, ON plant around the mid-80's. A few carriers in Quebec and the Maritime provinces had some in their fleet, including Maritime-Ontario.

The specimen I'm making is a 48ft x 102in, 1+2 arrangement that would have mostly been used for heavy things like paper rolls, automotive/machine components, and letter-mail.

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Scot A2HD - 85%
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It's been released and is available on Steam Workshop. Development continues. ;)

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Fontaine Phantom 48x102 - 85%
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This is another released, ongoing project. The trailer itself is pretty much complete, except for some tweaks here and there.

Most of the work I have left is converting a few more SCS cargo models and adding a few more of my own. I also intend to add a sidekit eventually.

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Eager Beaver 50 GSL/BR - 50%
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Here's a nice, common-sense 50-ton hydraulic gooseneck. It has a beaver tail for over-the-trunnion loading, double-acting ramp springs, and swivelling lashing rings.

I plan on whipping up a few medium-sized equipment models (motor-graders, excavators, etc) as well.

Right now, it looks like the finished poly count should be less than 50,000 without a load and not counting wheels.

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Freightliner FLB - 25%
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The cabin is more or less finished. Most of my attention right now is focused on hardware and under-cab details.

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Peterbilt 350 - 15%
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I've gotten the major parts of the hood and cab to a point where I'm happy with them. I will be remaking pretty much all of the windows, but I've done that enough times that I'm well-practiced. I also intend to rework - if not remake - the fenders. The interior is progressing now that I have enough reference pictures to move forward. I think the nicest part of making trucks of this age is how simple the interiors are!

Once I finish this, I'll be using the cab to make a 351/281. Then I'll convert the cab to a Unilite for the later 350/280/351/281/358/288 and possibly the early 359/289. I think the cab was also used in the 350/280 COE... The Unilite doors are also used in the 352 and 352H models. Basically, I'm intending to make the entire 1950-1970ish line of Peterbilt on-highway tractors.

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Alutrec 48ft Flatbed - 25%
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I've been adapting and expanding upon one of Corby's Alutrec flatbed models.

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GMC Astro 95 - 15%
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The Astro 95 represents a huge portion of GM's involvement in the heavy duty truck market, lasting the better part of twenty years with only minor changes. A considerable number are still in service!

Dodge CNT 950 [Bighorn] Remake - 10%
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The Bighorn was my third model ever (though it was concurrently modeled with the Scot) and it really shows. After having completed a few models since, I feel I'm ready to tackle this one again and maybe do this legendary truck some justice.

Peterbilt 359-119 - 10%
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I've restarted this project, adapting it from Jon's 379 instead of doing the cab from the ground up.

Jon's Peterbilt Pack (Conversion) - 10%
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Colonel and I are working on a fresh conversion of Jon's 379-119 and -127 to American Truck Simulator with a full complement of standard cab and Ultracab sleepers in late 90's and early 2000's livery.

I may still finish converting a few of Jon's Petes to PTTM, but that's no longer a priority.

GMC Crackerbox - 10%
Ford LTL9000 - 8%
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Wax on, wax off...

International 9900ix Remake - 5%
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Yet another of my old trucks that I'm cleaning up for American Truck Simulator.