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The TM bonnet doesn't need much work just the dash removed from the upper part and the end boxing in on the lower part ;) ;)

I have glued a UH Deutz TTV dash to the lower bonnet ;)

The floorpan requires a lot of work the underside need building up so it will sit 'right' on the chassis, i've lined the interior with 0.5mm plasticard and made mudguard extensions from 1mm plasticard ;)

Seat is from a TTV with a right-hand armrest instead of a 'control-arm'

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Now what are you going to do with that dreadful style of cab Britains insisted codging onto some reasonable models for a couple of years? They ruined the 6635/TL/6180 [6150?!] 8360 & TM's with those external glazing things. Show us how it should have been done Paul!  ;D

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Now what are you going to do with that dreadful style of cab Britains insisted codging onto some reasonable models for a couple of years? They ruined the 6635/TL/6180 [6150?!] 8360 & TM's with those external glazing things. Show us how it should have been done Paul!  ;D

there is not alot you can do with that cab, tried a couple of things to get it right but sometimes looks worse than when you started.

great conversion you have coming on paul? if you want to make a 190 or 175 you can use a dremmel to take out the arches bit, plus it will look more like the real thing aswell.

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Now what are you going to do with that dreadful style of cab Britains insisted codging onto some reasonable models for a couple of years? They ruined the 6635/TL/6180 [6150?!] 8360 & TM's with those external glazing things. Show us how it should have been done Paul!  ;D

I have just gone around the edges of the cab glass with a chisel-tip permanant marker pen in an attempt to make the cab look better :-\ :-\ :-\

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