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  • Poor Fork Mining Co.'s__Way Car #7 (N Scale)

    This home -built little "crunny" serves as caboose, passenger car, freight car, & has on occasion, even hauled livestock!

    This one was made from a flatcar, a bobber caboose, handrails off an old diesel shell, & MT trucks & couplers.


    -Drew-



    "Life is all the stuff that happened while you were making other plans."

  • #2
    Nice job, Drew! :up:

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    • #3
      Nice kitbash!

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      • #4
        Drew

        I am amazed how you take a little of this and a little of that and mix it all together, then pop it in the oven and out comes very nice models.[:-bouncy]
        <img src="http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/data/bbags/20076794158_b3b.jpg" alt="" /><br /><br>John Bagley<br /><br>Modeling the Alaska Railroad in HO in Wildwood Georgia.

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        • #5
          Thanks guys!
          -Drew-



          "Life is all the stuff that happened while you were making other plans."

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          • #6
            Drew,

            Excellent model and kitbash! :up: Thanks for sharing.

            Jim

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            • #7
              Very Cool
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                • #9
                  Thanks again everyone!

                  yellow signal,

                  Hey don't fret too much about the dissapointments...my workbench is covered with them! :crazy: Just hang on to them, & later, you'll get an even better idea![:-idea]

                  The car in this post actualy started out as another kitbash project...I attempted to build a MOW fuel & water bunker for my K&I RR. Everything went pretty well, untik I got around to lettering the 2nd side...When I got done, I discovered that the lettering on one side was about 4 scale feet lower than on the other side! :erm: [!][!] :erm: Well, I immediately removed the botched lettering, but I was too p'd-off to re-do it. It just sat there on my workbench for months, lettered on one side...Then after I started the new layout, I was scratch-bashing rolling stock, & needed something to make a caboose out of...so I gleefully tore apart the MOW car, & ended up with the one shown above!
                  -Drew-



                  "Life is all the stuff that happened while you were making other plans."

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