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 Posted: Thu Dec 5th, 2013 11:59 am
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Gilbert Gribi
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Hello
Three trucks for my forest layout in the On30 Scale
A firefighter truck to fight against fires
A Amulance to take to hospital seriously injured
and a workshop' truck for maintenance of the track

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Gilbert Gribi








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 Posted: Thu Dec 5th, 2013 01:09 pm
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Great conversions, Gilbert!

I especially like the track maintenance truck.

Have any pictures of your layout?

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Nice job on those Gilbert! Are those plows resin castings or?



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You can see some pictures at this address
http://www.gilbert-gribi.ch/GGribi/rescons8.html

The snow plow is provided with goose from Bachmann.
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Very cool, Gilbert. My favorite pieces of equipment are rail trucks and "critters" made from old Model T's, etc. Nice modeling by the way. I have seen your name in the model RR publications, welcome to our little group. I know you will enjoy being here.

Woodie

***I just noticed that you have been here for some years, welcome back and don't be a stranger any longer!***



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Very nice!. Jose.



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Very nice!



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Very nicely done models. What is the base model you use to make these.

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 Posted: Fri Dec 6th, 2013 01:22 pm
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Bernd
 Fire-fighter truck is made on a truck provided at the time by an English artisan Wrightline, he has stopped its activity

Expl
anation : http://www.gilbert-gribi.ch/GGribi/Campom.html

The ambulance is composed of a goose Bachmann and a cabin from a GMC 1/43
(Atlas collection) , the box is home-made.

Explanation : http://www.gilbert-gribi.ch/GGribi/ambu01.html

Truck maintenance is also composed of a goose Bachmann, a cab of a Ford Pickup 1/43 and a box home-made

Explanation :
http://www.gilbert-gribi.ch/GGribi/goose1.html
http://www.gilbert-gribi.ch/GGribi/goose2.html

Unfortunately the text is French but the pictures speak for themselves and sorry for my bad englisch



The goose from Bachmann
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