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SIDI FONTANA MOROCCO 1916 scale 1/72 - PART II
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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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