N-scale Sd40-s Furx Unit

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by Scott Teague, Dec 29, 2003.

  1. Scott Teague

    Scott Teague Member

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    N-scale SD40-2 Furx Unit

    Here is the FURX unit I just finshed .
    Scott

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  2. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    That's a good lookin' loco Scott
  3. hemiadda2d

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    Very nice!
    Is it yours, or a customer's?

    It sure will stand out among that flood of black and white!
  4. Scott Teague

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    It's mine but I'm doing two HO units for a customer of mine.

    Scott
  5. SD90

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    Looks good Scott, I see you found the right color of green to use. What did you end up using?

    Mike.
  6. nscalesteve

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    ...wow ! looks good :thumb:

    (any idea why nobody picked up the phone ?) :D
  7. Scott Teague

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    Mike, I used Scalecoat 2 BN green with a few drops of Scalecoat yellow in it.

    Scott
  8. Tyson Rayles

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    :thumb: Nice work
  9. wpsnts

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    Looks great Scott!!!
    I pulled the tab and also called for a pickup and nothing happened.:confused: ;)
  10. wpsnts

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    Scott,
    What is your trick to get the paint to stay on the handrails?
  11. Scott Teague

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    Well, Scalecoat 2 is very flexable far as staying on handrails. I have had no problems with it but if you do handle your units a lot by picking them up by the handrails I'm sure it will come off.

    Scott