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 Posted: Tue Sep 5th, 2017 01:39 pm
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I finish to built the motor car.

I will have to paint and weather it.

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Hi Franck,
That is a superb little rail car - well done :2t::bow::bow::bow:
I look forward to seeing it after it has visited the paintshop and it has got "a little dusty" after its first trip. Keep up the good work.  



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The dust will be light because it's the HQ rail car so in theory it must be always clean.



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Hi Franck,
That's what a military chauffeur is for - To drive it when its moving, and to polish it when it is not moving. :Salute::Salute::Salute: 

Yeah, many years back in another lifetime I spent 12 months in the military (not saying where or which branch of it), but I learnt a lot about polishing "stuff" :bg:



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So I have to enroll you as master cleaner to clean my military rolling stock :Salute::Salute::Salute:



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I have finish also the luggage car made mainly by 3d printer.

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I agree that an HQ inspection car would have to be clean (I, too, served in the military).
Very good work on the car!



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I have finished my layout. I need just to add 4 rolling stocks and two more locomotives (one Baldwin and one decauville) as soon as they will be released bu Minitirains and Bachmann.

The layout will be exhibited for the first time at Sedan Ramma in France in 15 days.

A general overview of the layout.

a g IMG_8087 by franck combe, sur Flickr

IMG_8098 by franck combe, sur Flickr

IMG_8085 by franck combe, sur Flickr

IMG_8074 by franck combe, sur Flickr

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IMG_8062 by franck combe, sur Flickr

IMG_8060 - Copie by franck combe, sur Flickr

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IMG_7958 by franck combe, sur Flickr

d IMG_8001 by franck combe, sur Flickr

d IMG_8000 by franck combe, sur Flickr

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This is awesome, Franck!

Nice work on the 3d printed car too. :)



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Hi Franck,
your layout is looking superb. I hope all goes well at Sedan. From what I've seen from afar of previous RAMA events, the modelling is top class.
 
Enjoy yourself. If you get a chance, could you do a quick report back any interesting stuff you see there. I know that this is a probably big ask, because I have a suspicion that there will be a lot of interesting stuff there along with Sidi Fontana, and you'll be busy answering  a lot of questions over the weekend, 



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