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Discussion in 'On30 Forum' started by shamus, May 13, 2004.
The chassis for this scratchbuilt speeder is the Bachmann H0 44 tonner.
Ride anyone? Another work of art Paul. Would really like to take a ride around your layout on this beauty
Did a great job hiding the works. :thumb: FRED
Another good one Paul. (I'd give you a thumbs up, but I can't make it work.)
Another homebuilt vehicle with lots of character! It's looking great, Paul! :thumb:
Fantastic workmanship, my friend! Beautiful! :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Nice looking model, Shamus! :thumb:
Looks like there might be room for a few of the loggers to hitch a ride on that one!
Ding Ding ... all aboaaaaaard!
Great looking run-around Shamus. A super way you've made use of that chassis! :thumb:
The Cooncreek Line sure has innovative engineers in the loco shed.
LPB's seem happy enough to ride it so it must work OK .
Nice "seen service" look about it too.
I can see the charm of On30 in all you fantastic modelling.
Are your trees getting smaller or is it the RR getting bigger? .
Nice Piece of Equipment you have there :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Now that's just about as neat as it gets :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
In true Robber Barron fashion I have been "hording" several old style Bachmann 44 tonners just for those neat self contained power trucks and the body end pieces.
Thanks a lot kind people, I now have 11 loco's of one sort and another. :thumb:
It's A Keeper!
Once again, another superb model! Looks to my eye to be just the sort of creation a backwoods logging operation would come up with.
Really impressive work, Shamus!
Works for me, jezzzz that is nice! :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
:thumb: :thumb: :thumb: Great stuff...I've contemplated doing some On30 just for the kick. The thought of cutting into my 44 tonner's beautiful Western Maryland "Fireball" paint scheme gives me the hives right now, though.
Hi all and many thanks again.
Hey shaygetz, no need to cut up the beautiful paint work, just use the chassis and make a new 0n30 body for it. I'll give you the drawings for a speeder if you like, then you can have it running around and still look at the
Western Maryland "Fireball" :thumb:
That is one beautiful piece of work.