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 Posted: Sun Mar 27th, 2011 04:21 am
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Ruben Marcelo Rabina
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Hi Friends!

We are finishing the first test.
We plan to launch a line of cars on our narrow gauge  light agricultural railway lines, railroad property Southern Railway. These lines were all over the Buenos Aires Province, and its majority of them British manufacturing material.
Our enterprise, points to these small vehicles with two axles, in all its versions:

-Box Car
-Caboose
-Platform
-Stock Cars
-etc ..

We believe that in a month we will be launching the first 3 models.
This forum is the first place we show our work.
And still have the first fruits!

Soon I'll send photos of finished models

Hugs from Buenos Aires























Last edited on Sun Mar 27th, 2011 04:26 am by Ruben Marcelo Rabina



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 Posted: Wed Mar 30th, 2011 07:00 am
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Well done, Ruben - I'm impressed:thumb::thumb::thumb:
How about using a good 1.5 mm plywood for the side walls to achieve a wood grain?

Regards from another laser-fan

ichael

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 Posted: Wed Mar 30th, 2011 02:56 pm
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Hello ichael

Thank you for your words friend!:thumb:
We had not thought of using plywood, mdf used in regular single for now ...:bang:
Later, put more photos of another model of high rim:2t:

Hugs from Buenos Aires:wave:



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 Posted: Wed Mar 30th, 2011 04:18 pm
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Hello friends!

I am attaching more pictures of the model of high rim, which you can build another 5 versions with the same kit:




High-Edge, unlike traditional rounded side



High-Edge, unlike traditional rectangular side


High-Edge, unlike traditional rounded without lateral


High-Edge, unlike traditional rectangular without lateral


-edge high without paired against, or lateral


-edge high without fronts or sides, but with stakes



Although we lack hard work, but so good!

HUGS FROM BUENOS AIRES



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They look really nice. Will look fantastic when completed.
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...except now there are no photos.



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 Posted: Thu May 5th, 2011 06:42 am
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Hi all:

Just to avoid any misunderstanding: the kits presented by Mr. Rabina and Mr Rabina himself have NOT and will NOT have anything to do with FCALV Models, except they are also being made in Argentina as our FCALV Models were.

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Hi friends

Daniel is right. My models have nothing to do with FCALV Models, or his person. Thanks Daniel for clarifying(_!_)



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