Thanks, Robert. I think I made every mistake possible along the way! It took a long time to get all the turnouts working again after weathering...
Matt, it is 3'2" by 2'. Scott, yes, that is Rudy's steamer and his Plymouth at the coal mine.
I goofed, folks. It was the Nov. 2017 issue of MR.
John B. and Matt asked to see more, so here we go.
Thanks, everyone. Rob K. ran a story on it in the May-June 2004 issue of Z-track while still in summer scenery. It was also in the Oct. 2016 issue...
I've had Stony's brass shell and L.G.Thek's power unit for-everrrr. I used a engraving bit in my dremel to open up the windows, cut down an N...
You did the hard part for me Rudy, thanks a million! And I thank everyone for the compliments. Vern.
I should note that the Monon unit shell is a Walt Smith design on Z-Makers frame. Sorry, Walt!
Finished the MDT and Steamer. All are DCCed with ESU Nanos and have directional LED lighting. Now for a break to allow my eyes to un-cross. Vern
An ESU Nano fits easily in the fuel tank area of the 44 tonner and, IMHO, is easier to get in the USA. Can I assume it will also fit in the 70 tonner?
I think you have met my big, one-eyed Italian buddy. It was his son.
Been working on these for a while. The Z-maker 44 tonner is DCCed with ESU nano and directional lighting. M-T 40 ft. flat loaded with 2 Artitec...
I finally finished mine. DCC'ed with ESU nano. Directional LED headlights.
Take a look at Scalescenes.com
I took the advice of a wise Z-scale modeler ("If you see it, get it, for tomorrow it will be gone"). For a couple of years, every time I ordered...
Thanks, guys! It's got a ESU nano decoder in the nose and LED lighting. I just "happen" to posses one of the number glasses from the real #620...
Hey Moose, I finally finished mine.
Looking good, Buddy!!
Don't hate me for this Moose, but I swapped out Milwaukee geep 9 shells for ICG geep 35 shells to backdate my Tulip Trestle diorama.
OK Moose, how'd you make em?