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Free Transformers Optimus Prime 18 Wheeler Papercraft Model Kit

By BaCon on Friday, June 10, 2011



Paper Replic, the site that makes all kinds of a incredible papercraft model kits have posted a new 18 wheeler release. This time its the Peterbilt 379 with Optimus Prime decorations. This template parts are almost the same at their original Peterbilt model with 2 additional parts added and 1 part is modified. You can download the instructions for the Papercraft Optimus Prime 18 Wheeler for free now at paper-replika.com



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jeffafa
2011-06-10
7:01 pm

This looked awesome, until I tried to look at the instructions and was completely turned off. I admit I am not the brightest bulb in the drawer, but I have no idea what the "instructions" were talking about. 
AnimatedPlastic
2011-06-10
6:18 pm

That's pretty nifty. I would use it to make a mold for a real trailer. John 14:6 should like this...may even be able to make a better trailer using it for MP UM.... I downloaded the file. If you look you can find other ones. This is sweet. 
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