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Giant pickup truck with Bi-turbo intercooled supercharged V10 . First things first: Also determined as “Chrysler pickup truck Red Sabertooth Cat Bi-turbo intercooled supercharged V10”. This pickup truck model is named after the American production car brand Dodge. In Europe Dodge carries the name Chrysler. . During 2009 I started to build a car that contains 4WD capabilities and also radiates a lot of power. I spent a lot of free time to create a pickup truck from scratch. The main theme in this project was: Bigger is better. The pictures were taken on the iciest day of the Netherlands in December 2009. That makes it cool in every sense. Building a stiff and solid chassis was my priority. Most of the parts of this model come straight from the 8466 off roader model. I replaced army green components with black, darkish grey and red. The combination of the solid chassis and the exterior parts make it look basic, yet sporty. When I continued building, I slowed down a bit because of my study. After a busy period I spent a few hours in a week to finish this model. If I would rebuild this maybe I would take one week to complete it, because I still remember the design. To create such a huge pickup truck, I extended the chassis and replaced the roof parts to create a more edgy window front. The seats are the same as in the off roader model and I didn't rebuild the gearbox. I mainly focused myself on the exterior, because I wanted to make it look badass. As always, I try to enjoy the fun stuff of my work. This scale model looks very sexy upside down.


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