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Ore Cars - Scratchbuilt In Brass - HO Scale
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 Posted: Thu Jan 8th, 2015 01:31 pm
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Very nice and like the rusted look, how many do you need to make Alwin?

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 Posted: Thu Jan 8th, 2015 09:08 pm
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Thanks guys!

Dan, I only need two of them. Maybe later I gonna build some more or some other type of orecars. We'll see.

Micheal, it's already hard to find some modeling time for myself. So I've no intentions to make stuff for someone else. But these cars are not that hard to make. You just need time (and some brass material and soldering stuff of course).

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Finished the second car. Here it is in it's natural environment.


The truck's of the left car, the first one, still needs some more weathering.



And one from above.


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Those turned out great!



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Hi Alwin :wave:



I gotta say WOW ! on the ore-cars !! :bow:



I did comment further back ...

... but somehow must have missed the final cars on your layout.

Dunno how that happened ? ???



I was searching around Freerails for some ore-car inspiration.

They are a really nice prototype !





So tiny as well !!

Do you make watches in your spare time as well ? ;)



Check out Alwins step-by-step pix. folks.

Well worth it !



:cool:



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