Discussion in 'General' started by yardmaster, Nov 15, 2017.
Those look great Bob.
Mine this week. I got white on this a while ago. Finally got around to masking it and getting the paint done. Started decals last night. Should be done by the weekend I hope.
Thanks Steve. I saw your work featured by Tangent this week. Great stuff!
I saw today that the St. Louis RPM is on. Planning to attend anyone ?
Thanks Bob, that Tangent car was pretty mild but I guess Dave liked it.
RPM is still on so far. I will be there. Hope more guys will too.
What's the date on the RPM?
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Liked those old Moby Dick's.
I reckon those brass models of them are worth a fortune now?
Hahahahhaaaa thanks Bob! Yeah all the groupies are a hassle sometimes.
Yes Andre. A fortune and impossible to find. I have overpaid for a couple but would over pay again in a second for one more to complete the series.
I keep hoping someday a modern release of them will be made. But instead we get more SD40-2s it seems.
Not Wednesday, but just installed a Railpro locomotive module in the GP38-2 I purchased from K. Wulfert, that caboose too btw.
Cool stuff Craig. I love the rail pro idea. I’d like to see some in HO projects in person. Kevin Packard is the only other HO rail pro user I know. I have seen some large scale but it’s pretty easy to fit with 1/39tj scale equipment. Keep us posted on how you like it.
That's pretty, Craig!
Just need to add some weathering Shipping annex and connecting building being worked on now.
That looks great. Nice work.
Quarantine for a year and a half, I assume you have been in the garage working on the Ford the entire time right Craig?
That is just some outstanding work there Bob! I think I could find a building or two to kick off my MRR if you ever wanted to part with it. But really, that it some nice work there.
Probably would, but I drove it 5 yrs and gave it back to my father. He's enjoying it now. Most recent picture.
Good move. Still looks good
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