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Plymouth 2 1/2 ton at 1/13.7 scale
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 Posted: Sun Nov 3rd, 2013 12:17 am
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Ray Dunakin
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Wow, that stuff looks great! I wonder if you could scale it down and get some printed in smaller scales?



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 Posted: Sun Nov 3rd, 2013 08:07 am
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Ray Dunakin wrote: Wow, that stuff looks great! I wonder if you could scale it down and get some printed in smaller scales?It's quite complicated and even impossible for some part in 3d. Sorry :sad:



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Jean-Pierre has updated the drawings at scale for the chassis;

Here the link http://jpduval.free.fr/Plymouth-2T5/Plymouth-2T5.PDF



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 Posted: Sun Dec 22nd, 2013 03:18 am
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The project advances : the cnc parts are glued together.



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Holy $4!7 Franck ! ...

... That stuff's BIG !

I know it is ... OK ... but them there's cuttin'-mat squares, is a sure KILLER !

NICE ... we like LARGE ! ( only UNK Bob does it BIGGER )

All the best & seasons greetings

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Si.

P.S. Franck ...

... Can we have a 'special-feature' about your figures some time ?

Luv 'em !



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The chassis plus the hood









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 Posted: Thu Jan 2nd, 2014 03:21 pm
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Simply beautiful work. Please continue sir.

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Here the 2 versions of the motorization with the correct bolt and nuts on the chassis.









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Interesting!

Don't often see a spur and crown gear drive in the model world (although Pittman did one commercially in about 1950)

Nice work Sir! Eager to see the finished loco.


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