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 Posted: Sun Apr 30th, 2017 05:38 pm
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after getting my hands on a tweetsy ten weeler i found that the coaches are diferent then the standert bachmann coaches             found some pictures and idees to change a bachmann that it is more looking as a tweetsy coach                  they are not as long as the prototype but thats ok for me makes them easyer on small turns first get them dismanteled
ok here we go, first get the saw working
thats looking good
this is wat i have now

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first walls cut out, and give it a try
not so bad at all, gives an other look at those coaches



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Cor, that's excellent! More...more...more!

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almost donenew sides are gleued, now only a bit off paint needed



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painted



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looking good



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Super work Cor. The car has a completely new atmosphere.



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thanks, and it is a realy small job to do
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the last small things    added glazing , and some passengers   


ready, maybe another one over a few weeks:bg:



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It has come up very nicely. Very well done.



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