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 Posted: Tue Jan 19th, 2010 01:01 am
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What a great scene Dave!!! :2t: That Ford Model A Pick up is the one from Athearn?



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Yes Lucas, it is one of the Athearn models.

 



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Dave, that is a really neat bit of modelling ...... could easily be mistaken for 1/48 scale.

Like the whole scene, haven't had the chance yet to read this whole thread but presume even though this will be incorporated in a bigger model I like the way it can stand on its own right.


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Excellent Dave! Shows that even HO can look as well detailed as larger scales. Very nice, your work is tops as usual. Now, how about some N and Z structures to amaze us further!         Woodie



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 Posted: Fri Jan 22nd, 2010 03:13 am
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Just noted this is H0!!!! I was thinking in big 000000  :bang:   LMAO :doh:



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 Posted: Fri Jan 22nd, 2010 01:19 pm
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LOL!

Lucas I was going to mention that I have 2 of the trucks in O scale as well in my reply...they are really cool.  :pimp:  :s:

I have a bunch of these HO scale Bar Mills kits...I plan on building them when I want a break from the big O scale sawmill.

I should also build that little structure you sent to me..I'm just a little Leary of the pressed wood as I have never used that before.

Break is over for now, I have been working out just how I want to go about installing the overhead belt drive system in the sawmill. I think I have that pretty much planned out.... in my head at least. Next modeling opportunity I have, I will be working on that.

I have a short day today so maybe I can get going with that this afternoon.



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The Dio came out looking perfect. Once you get enough of them together you'll find it easier to design a layout.

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