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 Posted: Sun Feb 8th, 2009 07:57 pm
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teetrix

 

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I found this on the linked homepage:

All that time it's been hidden away from public view in the shop, and work has been very slow as they've only been doing it as money allows.
So maybe is no other way out as the cheap way?
The points I see are: At first the railcar wasn't scrapped in 1996. The work, which is done until today, is suitable and save it for a lot of years. And a wrong motor can be replaced later.
So I have enjoy the pics and think, they are not on the perfect way, but on the right way for the possibilities they have.

cheers
Michael

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