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sschaer Posted - 11/06/2011 : 15:08:10
work just started...drilled out the fans already.

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CNCPVIA Posted - 12/08/2014 : 03:00:17
Yes, thank you very much !!

We rarely the détails on top of an engine...

The weathering on this perticular one is inspiring !!
sd80macs Posted - 05/01/2012 : 21:06:17
Originally posted by sschaer

thanks a lot. where did you take this pics ?

Those were taken in East Deerfield, MA on Guilford.

Mark G
sschaer Posted - 05/01/2012 : 08:58:03
thanks a lot. where did you take this pics ?
sd80macs Posted - 05/01/2012 : 00:40:47
Here are some detail pics of the 9000, they might help for rooftop details.


Mark G
sschaer Posted - 02/16/2012 : 17:07:24
i use kato sd40-2 mid production. since these units feature some underbody detail molded onto the fuel tank, the shell needs some filing on the inside. not a big thing though. lengthwise they fit perfectly.
CNCPVIA Posted - 02/16/2012 : 08:50:17
I forgot to ask you again...

About these REDBARNS kits, what is the toy "engine" that you put in ?
Do you run KATO engines in these shells ?
Will the chassis fit properly or does it need any cutting under the shell where the ends will touch the body ?

I am asking because the shells are a bit different than the KASLO ones.
CNCPVIA Posted - 02/05/2012 : 06:19:45
That is incredible Sandro!!

You must have more shells there than all there was ever at Kaslo!

I have just bought some drill bits so that I can start building my own...
SD9043N Posted - 11/08/2011 : 03:12:45
just a few to build, should be interesting to see the progress, have no doubts about the quality of the finished product, keep up the good work sandro



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Viarailfan Posted - 11/07/2011 : 06:51:53
I think there is one to many there to build.....lol can't wait to see the end result's

Trying to model a little bit of Canada in N-scale

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