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torikoos wrote:Hey Ashley, let's see some pics of them (again?).
I agree the old BB weren't bad, and with all the detail parts available you can make them into very nice models.
I will do something similar in due course again, but I thought I'd get me a couple of these genesis units (my first) to get my SP roster expanding a bit faster than it would normally go.
PS: on a totally different tangent, what's your favourite KLF track? I enjoyed them when I was still going to clubs when I was younger, my initials were KF, very easy to add the L in the middle
torikoos wrote:a lot of work went into that one, i don't think it will be superseded too much, i'm sure you could use it in a consist. I'm curious though, how did you lengthen the fuel tank? I'd love to attempt that on a bb gp38-2 I have.
torikoos wrote: I'm not aware of the SP owning any short fuel tank GP38-2s, did the Cotton belt (does anyone know?) ?
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