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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by jon-monon, Jan 17, 2003.
One mack is 15 tons, the other 15 Kilos, who will win the face-off?
Bit lost there Jon. Is that brown and white thing a dog? Is i'ts name Mack?
BTW.... fab job on the rail weathering!
I'm not real good at dawg identification or Mack trucks, so I could be wrong. I think that's the kind of dog you find sitting on a Mack truck's hood, or similar to it; some kinda bulldawg. His name is Fido, the plastic dawg I usually confuse myself too, Woody!
Thanks on the weatherin', first try. Used Shamus's track layin techniques with the ballast. Next time my neighbor, Bob, goes out of town for the day, I will sneak over and replace the plain track section he has on his TV to display his loco's. A little sneak surprise. I'm going to do a little more first, maybe add a shanty or a small camp site in the woods.
Let's call the 15 ton version 'Big Mack', doggie is 'Li'l Mack' then. Ok, who wins?
- Big Mack starts to the right, tries to run down Li'l Mack.
- Li'l Mack jumps to the side, at the last second.
- Big Mack can't stop, hits the bumper at the end of the track, derails and topples down the banking.
- Li'l Mack runs to Big Mack and lifts his leg...
- Big Mack starts to rust. (Too bad, he just came from the paint shop.)
So in my opinion, Li'l Mack wins
Somebody got another storyline?
Looking good!!! Jon.
Great looking trees too!
Sheeeeeeeeeees the little doggie of course cause if he did`nt the little plastic people will be giving ya nightmares.
I Do like ya trees, and the rails.
Come on Jon. er where`s the overhead
Hey Marty, thanks. These are the 20 trees I made Sunday night in about one hour, then planted in another hour or so. I think a large forest could be done in a few hours with a couple of people working together. They are quite easy, and I think the process could be sped up by using more large trees, less small ones, and practice I did nothing to preserve them and I planted them "green" so it will be interesting to see how long they last.
And.......Li'L Mack said "RIP" rust in peace!!!!
Then Garfield shows up and puts the whammy to Lil'Mack!
Nice trees Jon! Where did you get Big Mack? (Big Mack Sounds like a hamburger)
"Woof, woof, woof..."
"Woof, woof, woof! That's my other dog imitation."- Oddball, Kelly's Heros.
Woof woof will win the race unless it stays where it is then BIG Mack will flatten it LOL
L'il Mack All The Way...
-Big Mack stops.
-"Poppa" Knudsen sticks his head outten da cab.
-"Gits on in here, L'il Mack, afore an eoad eats yer hey-ad!"
-L'il Mack hops into Big Mack.
-"Poppa" Knudsen an' L'il Mack goes out fer Big Macs.
-Get busted by the drive-thru police.
Brakie, it's a Jordan plastic model (walthers 360-302), and you can power it with a bachmann gandydancer. The Jordan kit is about $10 list.
I think Steve's story has the happiest ending
Doggie is no longer alone on the scene, so I have to get a new picture up soon.
jon you are one sick puppy LOL rich
If the dog gets on the tracks he will die and if the locomotive dont stop in time it will run over the edge and be tornup.So no one wins