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Peterbilt 335 Mechanics Truck All Crane

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Price:
$149.95
Availability:
Discontinued.
SKU:
SW2045-ALL
Weight:
2.00 LBS
Rating:
5 Stars -
Shipping:
Calculated at checkout




Sword Precision Scale Models

Peterbilt Model 335 Mechanic Truck

SCALE: 1:50
TYPE: Diecast / multi-material

FUNCTIONS:
  • Steerable front axle
  • Rotating wheels
  • Opening engine hood that reveals detailed diesel engine
  • Opening storage compartment doors
  • Functional suspension
  • Opening cab doors
  • Removable battery box cover
  • 3 safety cones
  • Replicated mechanic creeper

FEATURES:
  • Accurate decal placement
  • Diecast door mirrors
  • Chrome steps and front bumper
  • Rubber mud flaps
  • Realistic lights
  • Accurate chassis design
  • Replicated compressor
  • Work and safety lighting
  • Replicated vise on rear bumper
  • Photoetch rear step and guard behind cab
  • Accurately replicated auxiliary crane
MODEL DIMENSIONS:
  • Length of truck, 162mm
  • Width of truck, 50mm
  • Height of truck, 57mm

BOX DIMENSIONS:
  • Box length, 257mm
  • Box width, 142mm
  • Box height, 127mm

Peterbilt Model 335 Mechanic Truck

by: Steven Downes

Presented here is the Peterbilt 335 with Mechanics body, available in a number of decorations including Kern County Fire & Rescue, Vermeer and Manitowoc Crane Care.

The rear body contains a replicated air compressor and generator with non-opening storage compartments along the sides of the body, complete with tiny chromed handles. The floor of the deck has a textured anti-slip pattern whilst the upper surface where the crane is mounted has a black painted simulated anti-slip finish which is actually rough to the touch.

The rear of the truck has a work platform with photo-etched step and vice. Flexible electrical sockets have also been added and the winding drums are cast underneath the chassis. Floodlight holders and large grag handles have been added to each side of the body.

The upper storage compartments on the model open to reveal a host of modelled accessories including coiled wire and tools. Three cones and four wheel chocks are also supplied in the box along with a creeper.

The cab is an excellent casting with roof mounted chrome air horn, amber lights and a chromed sun visor. The self fit rear view mirrors need adding to the model and fit easily by inserting them into the holes in the cab frame.

The opening engine compartment reveals a fully replicated engine block within, complete with silver exhaust piping, air filters, radiator and flexible cables. One nice touch is the rope engine cover straps which stop the engine cover from falling to far forward.

The fully modelled cab interior is finished in a light tan colour with contoured seats and fully detailed dashboard with printed guages. The cab doors can be opened but there is nothing to get hold of so they can be tricky to open if they are a tight fit.

The paint finish is exceptional with painted rubber window seals and intricate silver trim along the body and cab frames. The rear of the cab has a metal frame with photo-etched mesh screen protecting the rear window. Above the frame is a full length clear plastic beacon.

The front grill has an intricate photo etched pattern with satin black front bumper and painted engine locks and Peterbilt logo. The front fenders are integrated into the bonnet with clear plastic headlight and amber painted indicator lights added.

The support crane is mounted to the sade of the body and can be raised and rotated although the rotation is very stiff on the model reviewed here. The hook is connected to a fixed piece of rope and there is no functional winch on the model.

The front wheels can be adjusted to steer left or right and the suspension of the front axle does depress a little which is another nice touch on the model. The silver exhaust from the engine is located below the chassis and flexible cables are also visible. The underside of the model is as highly detailed as the rest with drive shaft to the rear axle, air tanks and replicated suspension.

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Product Reviews

  1. Great model

    Posted by Dain Anderson on 7th Dec 2012

    I think this is a spectacular model and is a great addition to my "fleet". Just wish the crane hook would work and some more of the doors would open but it is still great!! Oh, and the crane will most likely work on mine after a while as I'll "make it so number 1"!!!


  2. Nice!

    Posted by Joe G. on 15th May 2012

    The model is perfect for static display as it has lots of detail. I love the metal frame mirrors with real reflecting material, you can shoot close-up photos and still fool someone to think it's the real thing. However, the doors are hard to open, which I don't mind, but those who play with their models ( ie: stop-motion video production or certain diorama settings) might. Handrails, lights, electrical outlets, vise on rear bumper...it's all there!



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Write your own product review

Product Reviews

  1. Great model

    Posted by Dain Anderson on 7th Dec 2012

    I think this is a spectacular model and is a great addition to my "fleet". Just wish the crane hook would work and some more of the doors would open but it is still great!! Oh, and the crane will most likely work on mine after a while as I'll "make it so number 1"!!!


  2. Nice!

    Posted by Joe G. on 15th May 2012

    The model is perfect for static display as it has lots of detail. I love the metal frame mirrors with real reflecting material, you can shoot close-up photos and still fool someone to think it's the real thing. However, the doors are hard to open, which I don't mind, but those who play with their models ( ie: stop-motion video production or certain diorama settings) might. Handrails, lights, electrical outlets, vise on rear bumper...it's all there!



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