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 Posted: Tue Sep 4th, 2007 03:26 pm
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Fabrice that tank car is very cool.

Did you scratch build the tank or was that a kit or kitbash?



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 Posted: Tue Sep 4th, 2007 03:58 pm
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Hotshot wrote: Fabrice that tank car is very cool.

Did you scratch build the tank or was that a kit or kitbash?



Thank you !!!

I bought this tank at ExpoNG 2006 (Smallbrook Studio & Works). In fact, It was a part of an O scale tank car kit. Chassis was a modified Sidelines.

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G'day,

If you want to see some pictures of my Kelgura diorama, go to http://www.modelrailway-online.com/kelgura/

Regards, Fabrice

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Looks good. Any chance you could fix the photo links to your previous posts?



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not seeing pix, just little red x's



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Hi,

Yes, I know this problem and I have no solution. So, go to http://www.modelrailway-online.com/kelgura/ 

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Let me try--;)

















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Good stuff! The detail you can have in the larger scales...the wrinkles in the loco driver's socks! Amazing!!

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I love that little loco!



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