Aug 8, 2015
Of course there is my dream car a 1956 Lincolm Premier two door hard top
What's the purple hot rod in the back?
Possibly a LaSalle?
If you don't have a good Ford you can travel like these guys
Would that be, A-Number One and 'Ol Cigarette in there watching for Shack?
Finished up a pair of my CF7 kits as a custom build for a customer:
These look really sharp. I'm surprised there has not been a major manufacturer doing the CF7.
It does have that look. Now I am curious.
Bill, No, that is not The Shack and A-#1. They have been riding the rails on my layout for years! Jim
Here's one of my very few N scale pieces. Hmm, now where did I buy this from?
Here we have an S-10, a Mustang and a Charger
The OSM gondola is interesting....
An Atlas model.
Is there any Corvette C5 in N-Scale available?
Ken, I found many LaSalle photos that have the narrow vertical grill, but none with the same rectangular grills on either side. The '39 had large triangular side grills. Before 1939, the side grills were more square, some with three widely spaced bars rather than smaller gratings like the center grill. Dunno....
Here is another shot of my NTRAK modules with the late afternoon sun lighting them up.
Very nice Russell1
Mr. SP, if you had a Ford you would have to travel as those two guys are. Ok, ok no more stones, they hurt.
That's looks like a model set for a movie.
I drive a Ford. It's a 1985 Crown Victoria Stationwagon. Had it twenty six years. Built FORD Tough. Now has 257K miles on nit and still looks like new.
I was busy again today. I finished adding the details to my Tomix JR ED75 loco.