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 Posted: Wed Dec 19th, 2012 06:36 pm
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Hi,

Just arrived to my workbench: Plasser & Theurer MTW 100 083 Overhead Catenary Maintenance Vehicle - Kibri 16082



Two links with an awesome work done by a french model railway enthusiast with this kit:
http://www.biscatrain.fr/article-digitalisation-et-motorisation-machine-kibri-suite-48686238.html
http://www.biscatrain.fr/article-finition-engin-de-travaux-kibri-pose-de-catenaires-48871857.html


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AyalaBotto wrote: Hi,

Just arrived to my workbench: Plasser & Theurer MTW 100 083 Overhead Catenary Maintenance Vehicle - Kibri 16082



Two links with an awesome work done by a french model railway enthusiast with this kit:
http://www.biscatrain.fr/article-digitalisation-et-motorisation-machine-kibri-suite-48686238.html
http://www.biscatrain.fr/article-finition-engin-de-travaux-kibri-pose-de-catenaires-48871857.html


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Ayala Botto

Will you be putting a motor in yours Ayala?



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Hi Dave,

The motorization of this model is something that I have in mind, but this project requires some evaluation and previous work before start building this model.
Besides I' not sure if I have enough skills to go ahead with such a complex project.

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Wonderful work by that Frenchman Ayala. :shock::shock::shock:

How is yours progressing ?



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Have to agree with you Petermac, superb work.
It never fails to amaze me at the skill people have in these area's. To make up a "bland" kit and tun it into something special..
Oh to have just a 1/10th of their tallents, Oh well one day maybe........

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AyalaBotto wrote: Hi Dave,

The motorization of this model is something that I have in mind, but this project requires some evaluation and previous work before start building this model.
Besides I' not sure if I have enough skills to go ahead with such a complex project.

Thanks Ayala.   Its a splendid model that will look good on your layout whether it is motorised or not.



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