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Old 07-09-2019, 04:20:39 PM
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I've been working on this model since Christmas. I have over 1000 hours in it's construction


This a model of the Frisco Standard; built from castings and drawings distributed by Shelf Pet Models out of Oregon . This was a very challenging build, at Least for me.

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Very nice job. It's a beautiful master piece. Thanks for sharing. AAA+++++1111
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Beautiful Build of a rare California gas engine. Yes..a tough one to build for sure and even tougher getting it to run like yours. Well done. I'm sure it will be treasured long after you are gone. Make you you stamp your name and city..date..that you are the builder beneath its base. Seems like a small thing but will mean much to the generations which follow Well done ! Wish it were in my collection...
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