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Yeah, I'm in the process of finding something I can use to make them.
The Plow Master 6000 has a light bar that can be used:Yeah, I'm in the process of finding something I can use to make them.
No, that's a really good idea...thanks. I mean at about a dollar a piece it really isn't a bad idea. I was going to scratch build one, but I'm new at scratch building thing...and quite frankly I'm not that good at it either.The Plow Master 6000 has a light bar that can be used:
Quite a few years ago, I made a flat bed truck out of a .99 cent off brand box truck and put the highway maintenance light bar and plow on it.
That Excavator looks awesome. Jim is right, it will make a great addition to a strip mine layout. How about a picture to show the scale?
Nope. It's definitely HO. I looked it up by part number and checked with a different source. Also, they don't make that one in "n" scale. Plus one of my Atlas pickup trucks fits in the bucket (not completely...but almost) which would make it the right size.An absolutely georgeous Schnabel truck D2, but I think the EX8000 is N scale - am I right? Then, even if your rig is also N, that excavator would be way too large to fit...
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