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Lucas Gargoloff
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This is another new add to my rooster, a High Side Gondola kit from San Juan Car Company. I built it in a couple of nights, but paint was the worst part, it took me about 4 days to complete with weathering included. But I´m very happy with the result!! Now I have to add a coal load, I did a foam base painted black.



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Up to your high standards, as usual, Lucas!

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Lucas.. that's a great looking build,and a super job on weathering

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Hi Lucas

Another very fine job, looks like this gon has been paying its way for years.

Rod.

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Excellent job, Lucas. Even the black foam looks great! Carry on, sir.

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You make it look easy! You are well on your way to having a nice roster of rolling stock.

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Thanks guys!! The old Rio Grande logo told that this is a gon that worked for many years! My rooster is set in mid 40´s.

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