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viorel

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conrail, the only part that would look good around I think it's the wheels of the car...if I manage to separate from the body...the car it's from a starter set...it's not too detailed...the rest of the body is too rough to add here...it's too monolithical

MLW, there are many close-ups on available at the link I've posted (myhobbymodels.com).

What do you mean by "Hopper" (you have lost me here :) )?

Viorel,
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MLW

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I was just wondering if it was possible to get a "bigger picture" by clicking
on the thumbnail. But that's ok, I just realised that it did. Sorry!

The Hopper I refered to is this one (N scale? Well done)
 
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