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Discussion in 'Competitions & Challenges' started by MilesWestern, Jul 31, 2006.
Miles!!!!! It`s beginning to look like a doodlebug
Jolly good show Matey.
Miles, WOW! THANK YOU for asking!, that is so cool, thanks man!:thumb: ...but i am going to have to decline your generous offer. cripes Miles, i have SO MANY unfinished projects, i need another one like i need a hole in my head.sign1 but that was VERY NICE of you to ask!:thumb: THANKS man! -Deano
Your welcome! And sign1 on the too many projects, I'm expirencing this too!
That is too cool Miles...really nice job!!! I can't wait to see it all done and on the layout - it's going to look great.
Great idea for a scratch. Can’t wait to see your finished doodlebug.
Miles, how are you coming on your doodlebug? since you DESTROYED a UP engine to do this:curse: sign1 , you know i have to see how it turns out. to be honest with you, i don't know much about doodlebugs, but checked some out online, you are DEFINITELY on the right track:thumb: . i did notice those with the boxed front roof usually had a light in the middle on top . just checking to see the outcome:thumb: -Deano
Well, I belive decimated would be a better word for what happened to that GP18... anyways, not much progress since, last post, things got a little off track with the sudden urge to build a bobber out of an old (SF this time) Athearn Caboose, pics at eleven! I'll se if I can work on it som more, only three measly weeks of vacation!! :cry: !
Cool! I see that Kevin had built one too, with my parts, and direction of course!
See the further construction and detailing here:
Also, I found out that another club member has a homebuilt gas-electric as well!
Well, join in the fun!
OK, Miles, the last pic i seen of your doodlebug looked GREAT!, and seemed like it was about ready for paint:thumb: . lets get some paint on it and show em what YOU can do! you know its going to turn out AWESOME, yours has UP parts in it:thumb: -Deano