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    Default This month's toys

    First up is mini handcar. About 10x12 inches. Details are sintra. Wheel inserts are put into 2 in pvc pipe slices.



    Next up is a business block for old town.


    And of course I had to add a saloon!
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    LOT of detail!!
    Like the wheels, and LOVE the Saloon Russ!!
    scott
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    great work as usual Russ

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    Thanks guys. I love doing this stuff and it's a perfect use of a hobby bot. Russ
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    Another structure to add to the park. Russ



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    NICE Russell!!!
    How big is that?
    Well Done!
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    The drawing is from Aspire and it shows a full 48x96 sheet. To do the church took three sheets. The scale is roughly 1 1/2 inches per foot or 1/8th full size. A six foot man door is around 9 inches. Thanks for asking. Russ
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    Aah...didn't realize that was a full sheet drawing... 3 sheets...BIG!
    JUST notice you actually have a bell in the belfry
    Stained glass.....appliques?
    Thanks Russell!
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    Love seeing your work. I'm sure you are having a lot of fun. Have you posted photos of you "towns" and train layouts?

    Phil

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    Default Yep it's fun to have a bot!

    Full sheet on da' bot'.



    and it makes:



    and it goes in the park here:

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