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 Posted: Sun Mar 12th, 2017 04:06 pm
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Craig M
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WIP  ready for some paint.
Bachmann 44 tonner drive
Bachmann passenger car windows & doors
Some scrapbox stuff

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 Posted: Sun Mar 12th, 2017 04:12 pm
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More photos...

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Very cool!  Love it.



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 Posted: Sun Mar 12th, 2017 05:05 pm
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That's a neat little critter. Nicely done trim under the roof edges.
Recessed fitting on right side looks like it is the fuel filler, and brings to mind where does traction sand for sanding the rails get carried?



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Thanks Steven.
Thanks Forrest for the compliment on the roof trim. That is a fuel filler from a Tamiya Tilly. It was  supposed to be more to the left and without the backing plate. While drilling the hole someone hit a wall brace and tried to force it by. A quarter turn on the bit ripped the wall. Tha backing plate covers the hole (if I ever find that guy!). As for the traction sand it gets filled from inside the cab and exits behind the frame where you can't see it...;)



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 Posted: Mon Mar 13th, 2017 05:28 pm
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Actually, that plate could make sense as protection for the wood siding around filler.



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That's a very neat and tidy build Craig and a great recycling of sacrificial parts. Igor would be proud!



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Hi Craig :wave:


GREAT SCRATCHBUILD !


:moose::moose::moose::moose::moose:


It def. has THE LOOK !! :shocked:



I'm trying to work out now...

...what you did with the rest of the Austin-Krettenkrad ?


With the Austin missing it's front and petrol filler & the Krettenkrad having no engine or rear end left...


...I guess you could make a Krettenkrad-Austin pedaled rickshaw ! ! :shocked:


But who knows where these interesting parts will appear next ! ;)


:moose:


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Thanks Doug & Si!

Pedal powered. Mmm...



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That looks great.  I love the bolt detail.
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