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 Posted: Sun Jan 7th, 2018 03:12 am
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Si.



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Hi Mike :wave:



I think the inspiration for ANYTHING 'twisty & two-foot' is there for the taking. :thumb:



For some reason, even though it's totally different ...

... Docs On30 Haiti based sugar cane layout comes to mind.

I think it's the generous amount of local COLOUR in the buildings & trains etc.



I figure a larger bashed HO side-tank, or even a On30 Mogul bashed with tanks, could be cool in 1:35n2.

The urban bit with the VERY close buildings would be a great shelf-layout space-saver.

The possibilities are endless.

A freelance Indian, Tropical, South American take on the idea would be cool.

Now outdoors, YEP ! could have some fun with that loooopy-styleeee ! :shocked:





WHOOOPS ! :Crazy:

Never drive small vans over the double-nickel on tight, twisty Indian mountain roads ! :dope:


I guess they must have a few fender-benders like this. :shocked:

Can't figure out what happened though ?

Looks like the road is where the girl is standing on the left.



???



Si.



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