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Discussion in 'Scratchin' & Bashin'' started by shaygetz, Jul 16, 2004.
...and stick edger, from a couple of sprues of narrow gauge brake parts.
The picnic table is one of two scratched from scrap scribed siding and scale 2x6s...
These are modeled after the larger commercial models, which are about 12" longer than what J.Q. Public's used to. Now, if only Hyram can get Harlen to use them...
WOW! That's some fine finescale modeling there.
How about a chainsaw?
You never stop amazing me, Shaygetz...and i wanna see you do a chainsaw and a hedge trimmer!
Yes they are fantastic Shay, but Chessie 73 asked for whackers. I wanted a chain saw and tiller . Still, them whackers are great. Fred
Sorry, Fred...chainsaws on the way :thumb:
All I can say is WOW Tiny or what
Thanks, guys. OK, Fred, TC, Siderod...a chainsaw.
The blade bar looks a whole lot better in person. The model represents a heavy duty 30" bar model. Sorry siderod, hedge trimmer's gonna hafta wait...I do have some trains to work on, too
Absolutely, positively, fantastico !!!!! --:thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:
You wanna get those guys to use the tools ya better build a gas grill to feed them! -
If I didn't know that you are an incredible modeler, I'd have sworn those were gag photos of G scale equipment with one of those oversized penny souvenirs!
Outstanding models...simply outstanding!
Fred,PLEASE keep these topics coming.. :thumb: Wow! And I been throwing away my spurs? :cry: Great modeling ideas!! :thumb: :thumb:
Brian, gas grills are for Nawtherners and their whine and cheese parties Down South here is Kingsford charcoal country. Built the grill about 10 years ago from a kit's barrel that came in two halves. Some ladder stock, wire and sliced sprue did the rest.
Nuts, Eric...I thought it'd take longer for someone to figure it out
Thanks, Larry...it's Bob by the way Fred's the better lookin' one...
Sorry Bob my bad..
OK, charcoal it is but I don' see nuttin smokin on them coals, they look hungri !
Nice grill, too.:thumb:
those LTB's are workin too hard. Da meat is over done,now they is da coals lol
So where's the beer? Can't have a cookout without beer. And women, and cheesecake. Fred
They are on duty, Rule G, ya know!!!!
I used to use those strimmers(weed whacker) when I was a council gardener. Terriffic on Rhubarb- made one heck of a mess.