Old car, New load

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kenw

5th Generation Texian
Almost 30 years ago I built my 1st (and only so far) Ambroid kit, a pair of bulkhead flats modified from the original plans for pulpwood flats. While one of them has carried a load most of that time, the other has been unloaded and feeling a bit unloved. So recently I build a pipeline load after years of seeing hundreds (if not thousands) of prototype loads in and around Houston. The load is inexpensive drinking straws, some appropriate green paint, wood-colored painted styrene blocking and Chartpak tape as strapping. A review of prototype photos say I probably need more strapping.
 

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