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Plymouth 2 1/2 ton at 1/13.7 scale
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 Posted: Sat May 31st, 2014 03:26 pm
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I begin to paint loco even if it is not finished to be weathered.








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 Posted: Thu Jul 17th, 2014 01:07 pm
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I have just finished to paint my plymouth.

Here the result. Now I have to start the second one









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Now the second unit :

It's the same as the number one except that it's for me.

Jean-Pierre Duval has done a superb work.

I have to finish it, paint it and weather it.





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Wow, very well done paint job!



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Excellent!

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That's a great looking little loco.

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Just catching up with this one and a nice job you are making of this little critter
Does any one out there have any measurements or plans for these small Plymouths even if its just the wheel size and wheel base would be a start
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Very nice drawings here - http://jpduval.free.fr/Plymouth-2T5/Plymouth-2T5.PDF

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Bill M wrote: Very nice drawings here - http://jpduval.free.fr/Plymouth-2T5/Plymouth-2T5.PDF

Bill Martinsen
Hi Bill,

Thank you for your answer !



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Thanks for the info -very useful- things could even start happening now !
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