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 Posted: Wed Jan 1st, 2014 09:40 pm
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These are a few pics of my 1923 Ford work truck.






Since I took these the back side was moved to back of the cab.



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 Posted: Fri Jan 3rd, 2014 10:25 am
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Great little model! Is that HO scale? Was it a Jordan kit to begin with? Or are you fooling us with it being 1:24 scale alongside a monster penny? Nice work.

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About all I had left after Christmas purchases Woodie!!! LOL!!!
I am determined to build a bunch of my Jordan kit collection this year.

Thank you sir.

Johnny



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Johnny, Don't let Woodie near that thing, or else he will put a battery and a radio into it..........................................somehow

Very very nice!

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From you guys that means a lot Herb.

Thank you.

Johnny



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Very neat Johnny.
Rod.

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Hi Johnny

WOW !!!

I know & love your buildings Sir...

...this is just 'outta cosmic sight man' !

Cheating with those 'giant pennys' aint gonna fool no one !!!

An HO wood-plane...

...incredible !...

...how ?

You got an electron-microscope at work, right ?

Cheers

Si.

In my gallery ... 5 MOOSES !!!!!



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Thank you sir.
The saw teeth need a bit of sharpening!!! LOL.

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 Posted: Fri Jan 10th, 2014 03:33 pm
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Hi Again Johnny

When I see 'brass bezels' painted on an HO spirit-level ...

... I dunno.

You must have miniature workers & secret techniques !

( or a damn fine magnifier & LOTS of patience )

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Si.
I met an English chap, who was in to model railroading as well as slot cars, in Natchez, Mississippi several months ago at a bed and breakfast. The owner had a fantastic HO scale layout above his garage.
Was that you by chance?

Johnny



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