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 Posted: Sat Sep 3rd, 2016 06:40 pm
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Except for the powering chassis this prototype freelance effort is scratch built. What you can do with a printer and left overs from the garage. Wheels are 14mm Hornby, and they cost more than the secondhand chassis.



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Hi David, an interesting little project, Cutting those windows out really dose make a difference, Surprising to see what can be done with a bit of recycling.



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