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'Grandt Line' Porter Kit - 1:48 Scale
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 Posted: Sat Feb 27th, 2016 11:10 pm
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The Old Large Silver Dollar is about 1.5 inches diameter, just over 38 mm.

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thanks
maybe if this one is ready i will give it a try
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its a small engine, unbelieveble how much part are there

the details are as if you are building a real one.

i have added a decoder, and sound.

the speaker is a bit large, i have to find something smaller




started with a Plymouth, also from grandt line, not so much details as a steamer.

but it,s anice and small engine







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Howdy...How's the Porter coming along? Love the little Plymouth, a real "cutie".

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hi Woodie

i will contineu this week
just back from work

yes i like that litle one as well, i will make some pictures to show how litle this one realy is

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did some trouble shooting on the decoder, the porter is running on dcc like crap
build it back to straight DC and its a good runner.

found the cause, the tsunamis is not on speaking term with a faulhaber.
this means i have to find an other sound decoder (and money) for this project.

time to finish an other project, this one will be finished later
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Howdy Cor, how is the Porter coming?

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no progress so far:old dude:
i am enyoing the nice weather :):)
to much to do outside as well

but the project will continu in time

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