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Discussion in 'Scratchin' & Bashin'' started by jmarksbery, Jun 17, 2004.
Looks great Jim! I found part of the lighter under the column below the middle battery, right?
Looks great Jim.
Nice use of recycled items. :thumb:
WooHoo & Hehehe, thanks alot guys. Some answers, Charlie it is funny you should ask, I used YOUR technique, it is real dirt piled up to some what meet the crossing, as it dried it cracked, I liked the look and left it. I them sanded it per the Chaz Act and put another coat of Elmers thinned to hold all in place.
Siderod: Russ is right, the lighter part is under the center tank holding the column in place, there is also a lighter part on the roof acting as a vent. An hey it the batteries go caboom, then we will have a melt down accident. Thanks again, Jim
That's a great little plant, Jim!
I also like that weathered look - dirty, dusty as it's ok for a concrete plant, but just the same it doesn't look like a completely run-down industry. You got just the right amount of dirt and rust in the right places. :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
I'll take one!
Just need to:
-Update that Ford to an 80-90's something.
-Fill the grass with asphalt and cement, actually set the track for in street running.
What kinda payments we look'n at?
Great Stuff :thumb: :thumb:
The truck in the foreground
Hey Jim who makes the truck in the foreground? The black dump truck I really like it ... Oh yeah and the structure ain't bad either (heehee). U r still the king of the scrap box.
Hey Tim, that one is no longer in production, if I ever get my butt in gear I could cast a couple and sent you one. I know there's that IF word! Later, lazy Jim :sleeping:
I'm amazed by the talent of some people. I never would've guessed that some everyday items were used when building this thing. Since they were mentioned beforehand, it's neat to see how they're used.
Very nice job!