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100% Deuce and a half

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Fueltruck version. This model came originally from Gunship and was completely overhauled. Texture was reorganised to allow more bits and pieces. Missing parts were added and the model was reshaped to a more curvy version based on photographs from the web. I have several slightly different versions now and hope to turn one into a fire engine, just because I think EAW should have one.

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Here's it's little brother the fire engine. Texture and model may still undergo some changes as it's still using the previous texture and something tells me this beast should be red, but what do I know about it.

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FireEngine5.jpgNot sure if it's an improvement but I opened the driver's cabin as I think was intended with the original design. Wish I could do more with the model but there's no more space with EAW's game engine untill the 3DZ format can be altered (not impossible!)

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