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 Posted: Mon Dec 22nd, 2008 06:19 pm
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you have done it proud Matt.:pathead
two questions, what is the kit the loco is on for spraying and where do i get one
also what did bachmann find was wrong with the 66 ?

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 Posted: Mon Dec 22nd, 2008 07:27 pm
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fantastic weathering, Matt.  That camera looks the goods to me. Great pics!



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thanks owen
bachmann just said they changed the bogie.

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you get two turntables, a larger one like a cake stand with 4 clips to hold them smaller parts. the top is about 6 inches wide. you also get a smaller one that has two adjustable wires which you can see holding the 66. it is a very good piece of kit. the turntable is around £15.99 but i think if you do a lot of work on your wagons it is worth it. i didn't handle the wagon from start to finish. one problem i did find was it has no tilt, i sorted this with a helping hand sat on the turntable. i used card to hold the wagon body. i have taken a couple of pics to show what i am rambling on about.








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Matt - I think that's a brilliant piece of weathering !! :thumbs:thumbs  When do we get the "How I did it" bit please ?



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Beaut of a weathering job,Matt.Lovely bit of kit that stand is too...but I can't see anything wrong with that camera.Some really good sharp pics IMHO.

Cheers,John.B.

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SUPER job, Matt! I love it and I want it.

 Photos look fine to me. My camera is only 4MP and I couldn't be happier with it. I think it's more about the lens than the megapixels. Alan and Thomas would know....

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Looks like the whole of your stock will be weathered brilliantly, your style as I have said before is spot-on, and just up my street, and that stand, I have been trying to think of something that I could use, you have just solved the problem, thanks.

As for your camera, if you have any questions, just ask away either on the photographic thread or PM me, and I will help in any way.

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If anybody is interested the painting stand is on sale here at $19.99.

http://www.ehobbies.com/tam74522.html?utm_source=tam74522&utm_medium=shopping%2Bengine&utm_campaign=froogle



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Matt thanks,it is much better than using a tube as i do at present.

Bob good link thanks to you too.

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thanks for all the comments
found the stand on ebay
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It looks like it's only available to United Kingdom residents on e-bay Matt, or have I got it wrong.



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i got mine from squirres, the same place as perry found that glass. it worked out the same price and if you are thinking of getting that glass you could combine the postage.

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