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Old 01-03-2019, 05:54 AM
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Holey Moley!! thatís some serious tongue-age ! too bad itís not gonna be chromed ! Joking buddy!
You Had chrome dancing pole on the brain no doubts....
Thanks Trin Trin.
Too funny.

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This whole thing is just awesome, really enjoying watching the build ...oh and I agree with Frizzen, a C cab paddy wagon RC would be sweet too.
Huge Thanks.
Very appreciated.
I'll see what the near future brings on a build of one.
Currently tapped out on RC parts to make one run.


Thanks for following along with my junky static builds.
Ive a list made up of more things to scratch up my friends to add to it all.
Lots of littles coming up this weekend.
More Ideas and the inspiration is starting to flow.


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Old 01-05-2019, 10:01 AM
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Sneak peek of the next Junker.
20 footer "wood Box Car" turned into farmer shop....eventually ahahah
The beginnings.
Thanks for looking.
More soon.
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Old 01-05-2019, 01:08 PM
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Sneak peek of the next Junker.
20 footer "wood Box Car" turned into farmer shop....eventually ahahah
The beginnings.
Thanks for looking.
More soon.
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Old 01-05-2019, 02:23 PM
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Nice!
Thanks Trin Trin.
Working on it off and on, but it's slowly coming round.
Visualize grab Iron's and lots of bolts...haaaaa
Did I mention how big this is in 1/10 scale ?

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Old 01-06-2019, 06:08 AM
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I know I'm not the only old fart who saw this in your paddy wagon:

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I know I'm not the only old fart who saw this in your paddy wagon:

Oooooh....me likely!
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Old 01-06-2019, 08:41 AM
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Ahahahahaaa
The paddy model.
Saweet!
I built many of them in my younger years.
Was such an awesome kit.

Definitely was a little influence involved, C-cab brings a little more then just a box was my thinking.

Thanks for the share guy's.

This mornings update. Roof-age and stove pipe.
Starting on grab irons and a gaaazilion bazzilion bolt heads..
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Start to some details finally.
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Patina, dry brushing and some rust.
A old concrete base should make it come to life with some R.R logo and signs.
Lots to Dry brush and do still though as it dry's.
Thanks for looking and Enjoy.
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And just for Trini...the funny guy...
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That's it for this round.
Thanks for following along.
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OldBusted, thanks for bringing up the monogram Paddy Wagon pic! That's the one i was thinking of. I didn't know it came with the cops now.

Pretty cool boxcar shed. How big of a diaroma is this going to be?

Fill the tire with water and have stuff growing out of it?
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OldBusted, thanks for bringing up the monogram Paddy Wagon pic! That's the one i was thinking of. I didn't know it came with the cops now.

Pretty cool boxcar shed. How big of a diaroma is this going to be?

Fill the tire with water and have stuff growing out of it?
Thanks frizzen.
Looks like I may have to build a c-cab...pretty popular ahahaha
On size.
Big.... Lots of junk...Probably a Homestead Farm of sorts first as that's seems to be coming round and my inspiration is leading me.

And I whipped up some junk today. Enjoy and thanks for looking.
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Wowsa!! Farmers shop looks great! Nice work on the light pole and plow!

Not sure bout dem ‘Wet Donut Dials’ though... must be a taterland thing..!

6750E219-6C09-4483-8269-581583B60BFD by Preston Lalan, on Flickr



Awesome work buddy! Looking forward to more 2Beers goodness!
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Wowsa!! Farmers shop looks great! Nice work on the light pole and plow!

Not sure bout dem ‘Wet Donut Dials’ though... must be a taterland thing..!

6750E219-6C09-4483-8269-581583B60BFD by Preston Lalan, on Flickr



Awesome work buddy! Looking forward to more 2Beers goodness!
Ahahahah.
It's always nice to start the day with a good trini laugh...
Saaaay... yer purdy good with dat photo tin editing...

I'm still going to send you Idaho Tater one day in the mail.
A big-un.... lol
Thanks Preston.

I have a big ambition for a build coming this weekend for a much need piece to go with the rest of the junk that's started. hehehehe.
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