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    Train progress

    Ok not sure if this should be in the spinny section or flat work section as it has both in it. Like Vaughn said maybe it should be posted by itself. Anyways I worked on it a little last night and glued some of it up. still lots to do before it is finished.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Bench grinder 001.JPG   Bench grinder 003.JPG   Bench grinder 004.JPG   Bench grinder 005.JPG   Bench grinder 002.JPG  

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    looking good drew!
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    Looks good with wheels on it
    Did you turn those yourself?
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    Howcome the pics say bench grinder, all I see is a train..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Baer View Post
    Howcome the pics say bench grinder, all I see is a train..
    Opps downloaded the pics with the new bench grinder pics.
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    That is just to cool Drew. Really well done.
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