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It's been released and is available on Steam Workshop. Development continues. ;)
I'm in the process of using the cab to make an early 351/281, as well as converting it to a Unilite for the later 351/281.
It's been released and is available on the Steam Workshop. Future developments will include more variants (lengths, 102″ width, other reefer units...)
I've been adapting and expanding upon one of Corby's Alutrec flatbed models.
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.
This is currently my second-most active project, next to the 351, though it’s probably the closest to completion. The exterior is mostly complete, and the interior is shaping up nicely.
This is another released, ongoing project. I am currently working on adapting the Phantom for Trailer Ownership, and on adapting the remaining SCS cargo models.
Phase II of my vintage Peterbilt project is well underway! Building off of my Peterbilt 350, I have a great headstart on the iconic lightweight model 351.
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.
After getting my hands on some body builder books, dealer data books, and some other primary sources, I finally have enough reference material to give this legendary truck the attention it deserves.
With some luck, this may eventually evolve to include more options from the Louisville Line.
This is a small project which I'm only working on during live streams. You can follow along on Twitch.
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!
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.
Work on this has slowed until the Paystar 5070 is complete.