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1914 Leyland mobile workshop

Started by Barney, October 26, 2011, 01:11:30 PM

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Its a Grandt Line No' 42 - Westside Speeder wheel with the flange taken off. Its definatly not anything to do with LEGO

shropshire lad

How did it sound when you fired her up for the first time ?

Chuck Doan

Sweet! I like those ID plates too, nice touch.
"They're most important to me. Most important. All the little details." -Joseph Cotten, Shadow of a Doubt



Wow, excellent scratch work! I'm amazed as I look back at how that motor started out, just bits and pieces. Really inpressive.

John in Australia


Golly willakers! That's some swell modeling! -- Russ


Fantastic job on the engine  :o! This truck would have looked so good parked next to Oscar´s work shop but unfortunatley it´s not the right scale. Hope to see it "live" at Euromilitaire in the fall.