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Kitty and I went to CVS today looking at their diabetic socks. Soon as I walk in I see a die cast display. Now I have to digress, I am NOT a die...
What the HECK won first place?
That thing is stupid good. I thought it was real at first.
A repaint would be in order.
They drag raced and took turns with Linda Vaughn.
Did you build those? If so, you should find Robert Landy on Facebook and let him see those. I have him on my friends list. He is a super cool guy.
Pretty small service department. lol It is cool though.
I looked on Ebay, it looks like the cheapest uopened one is like 45 BIN, and the highest one is 108 BIN.
Never heard of them. Pictures?
They do make some very American locomotives such as this. I have one of these, myself.[ATTACH]
LGB stuff is top notch as far as running gear. It doesn't get better. I agree though, some of their stuff has a "toy like" look. Also, they do...
They used to have it more than anybody. Remember the "Good Guy" pricing of the Direct Connection days? There was a time when they gave a damn.
How cool is that?
That's what I do. Rather than be a rivet counter, I use "what looks good" and so far, it's worked for me.
Yeah it's strange that 1/24 is by and large the most popular scale with models, but with slot cars, 1/32 won out. With trains, 1/32 is considered...
But your cars are 1/24. So which scale do you go by? LOL Model railroading has the same conundrum. We just call it all "G scale". From 1/32, all...
Love the large scale stuff. Lots of room for detail.
Here is a copy of the track plan I am getting ready to build.[ATTACH]
It's nice and all, but not in "MY" lifetime. lol
Lookin good yall. I am just now getting my large scale layout down and changing back to On30. If any of yall are interested, I will post pictures...
Here it is. It is the 315 and 325 Dodge engines. Might be more.[ATTACH]
One of them......I think it was the Dodge Poly engines, had a seriously more exaggerated saw tooth lower valve cover rail and valve cover than the...
Me too. I prefer Shays, Climaxes, Heislers, Porters and diesel critters. Lots of room for imagination.
Rani if you like the PA-1 you probably like the Krauss Maffei too.
Wow. Talk about obscure.......but super cool.
What scale is that? O scale?
Looks good Asa. I will share with you a tip I learned with weathering model railroad models. To simulate rust, you can use the sea salt method....
That thing is gonna be magazine worthy.
I was gonna come in and mess with you and say "those really suck", but you have a gift for it Kegan. Those look great.