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Discussion in 'Current Contests' started by N Gauger, Jun 19, 2008.
Here's a fanciful Detroit and Mackinac crane equipped van.
That looks neat!!!
Looks like it's seen good use
conrail mow caboose
here is a picture of a conrail mow caboose, i did last winter.
Yea - Nice shot!
mow equipment at conpitt
sawethis at conpitt yesterday. can anyone tell me what it is?
Here's my lonely, single entry for this category found in Tucson, AZ. It's an ATS 9906, model 6700 mobile thinga mahickey doodlesquater with an attached cobsquattal dragger dojobby at the rear (or is that the front???). I was particularly intrigued by the two signs warning of live tracks.
Nice shot - whatever it is
I think the doodleysquat was added in the shops, as the originals usually came with a roundtuit (which are hard to find, my wife says I need a roundtuit for the honey-do list).
Here are five "odds 'n' ends" photos:
A weed sprayer:
A water car:
A drop-bottom gondola:
A downgraded flatcar, rebuilt as an all-purpose gondola, seen here with the remains of the Cruikshank boys' Model T pick-up :
You were right DrWayne... You commented that you had enough pics that you would have little trouble entering this contest....
:thumb::thumb::thumbr Wayne is the weed sprayer a kit or scratch build?:thumb::thumb::thumb:
Realy enjoyed seeing everyones M.O.W stuff
Thanks, guys. The weed sprayer was scratchbuilt many years ago and is one of two - the other was given to a friend. Using GERN Brand Flux, weeds are 3% deader than with other brands, and there's no aftertaste. :-D
That weed sprayer is so cool, I will have to do one loosely based on it if that is all right with you:thumb: only in O or S scale these are the 2 main scales I work in.:mrgreen:
By all means - mine were totally free-lanced: water goes in the tanks, and there's a mixer (for the GERN-brand Flux) and pump in the wooden "house" at the rear, while the operator sits up front, controlling the spray and the position of the spray arms.