My First Modifcation!!

Discussion in 'FAQs' started by msh, Jul 25, 2002.

  1. msh

    msh Member

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    Okay I'm sure this will be a real yawner to many of you, but I'm real proud of myself and must share my success.

    I was sick of looking at that "bonfire in the cab" on my Athearn F7A so I got out my soldering iron, a couple pieces of wire and a little tape and made a change:

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    I'm so much happier with the appearance!
    Ahhh, it's the little things that make this such a neat hobby.
  2. t. alexander

    t. alexander Member

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    HEY!, who turned out the lights. :p . Now the engineer can even see where he's going.
    I think it was a french architect who said God is in the details.

    t.
  3. Vic

    Vic Active Member

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    Bonfire

    Come to think of it they do look like a bonfire is going on.:D Nice work MSH:)
  4. RI541

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    I'm glad to hear that some one noticed the bonfire and came up with a solution.

    Great Idea msh

    any more "yawners"???
  5. Tyson Rayles

    Tyson Rayles Active Member

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    Nice job msh! :cool:
  6. shamus

    shamus Registered Member

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    Hi msh,
    Pity you did that, it looked good in the dark with the room lights off:D:D KIDDING friend, yes you are right, it was rather a bright light in the cab, glad you sorted it out.

    Shamus
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  7. RI541

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    now how is the engineer goig to read his map?
  8. msh

    msh Member

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    ...and the answer is

    with his tiny little engineer flashlight of course. Has a grain of amoeba bulb in it. (paint and cement not included)

    (only $29.95 for the first ten callers at 1-800-its-small. operators are standing by!)