Done with Col. Jack's Special, the large version. It's not much different from the smaller version. The top on the 1/64 version is chopped, so sits lower, has more of an angle, and sleeks out the car a but more. And on the larger version, the cover panel over the rear wheels drops down more, otherwise, these two cars are about as similar as I could get them.
I wanted the larger version to look as much like the smaller version as possible because I like the design (it's my favorite in the collection.) The parts are my usual collection of plasticard armor plates, brass rod and tubing, and green stuff for the baggage and front wheel caps. The snorkel top is the air filter from the engine of my Fairlane.
Colonel Jack Background(This reprinted from when I built the smaller Col. Jack's Special, so feel free to skip it and simply enjoy the photos)
My Col. Jack's Special has a variety of uses. Mostly, Col. Jack serves as a low-cost charter for Wastelanders. The only drawback to hiring Col. Jack is that he is only one man with one car, so finding him is difficult. But when you do manage to hire his services, you're treated to a fine ride, indeed.
For better fuel economy, ruggedness and torque, Col. Jack runs a diesel engine, hence the stovepipe on the left of the car. He has also discovered, on a couple of his runs, a wide but shallow river, which, for a long time, prevented him from exploring a section of the western wastes, so the car's engine compartment was sealed and a snorkel was added.
Col. Jack has never raced in a Church-sanctioned event (he is still called Col. Jack, after all, and not Brother Pilot.) But he is known to join in a random Waste Race now and again. He prefers more friendly races where there is more nudging and bumping than all-out shooting.