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Discussion in 'Resources' started by 28ten, 13 December 2011.
love the shots of turning the crankshaft
"Yep, Yep.... I got it ....it's no. 7 cylinder ...inlet tappet's out by about 4thou
Excellent stuff Guv, how's about a diesel version and a tin body to go round it
Great stuff Guv Loved the musical crescendo as the assembly progressed. Awesome work! Wots he doin tomorrow?
Like this one at the start? only a bit more sophisticated with a V12
Very much in the same vein, a 1/6 Duesenberg. You've got to watch to the end to see what it fits into
Excellent find Guv Some classic facial growth in there
That is brilliant, there's not much more to say about the whole thing, it must be a perfect replica. I can remember seeing photo's of a couple that had been restored.
Nice to see Bob Symes (anybody remember model world). Alas all the colleges that use to allow those evening classes around my area have been closed and modern houses built upon the sites. As for the V 12 and the Duesenberg wow
Yeah... go to all the trouble of making a real working Diesel then ruin the effect by pulling a load of 1923 RCH Private Owner wagons........
Always nice to see Bob Symes & here's a more recent clip of his 'Green Dene Garden Railway'
You need to do a rebuild Phill so you can have some sit-on hydraulics!
and all assembled on the ..................kitchen table
great workmanship though