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arbomambo

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Modelling ATSF's Fast Mail -circa 1957
« on: March 08, 2012, 06:44:57 PM »
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Hello all
currently occupying priority on the workbence-ATSF heavyweight contributions to the Fast Mail-in various stages of completion...
top to bottom:
ATSF 2602 series Rider car-Rivarossi combine being updated and accurized
ATSF's unique 85' baggage car 1849-repainted and detailed..car number  applied
ATSF Horse Express baggage car-bashed from M&R sides-decalling in process
ATSF heavyweight baggage from M&R sides-Rivarossi combine-underframe detail removed and marked for cutting



The 1849 and the Horse express baggage have been painted in ATSF green-notice the difference between the Rivarossi paint....
Thanks for looking,
Bruce
"STILL Thrilled to be in N scale!"

Bruce M. Arbo
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Re: Modelling ATSF's Fast Mail -circa 1957
« Reply #1 on: August 19, 2012, 10:51:11 AM »
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A quick video taken with the old Canon while testing the Fast Mail on the upper track around the 15" radius curves...no problems...
Forgive the shakiness...hand held the first one...

Bruce
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Bruce M. Arbo
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Re: Modelling ATSF's Fast Mail -circa 1957
« Reply #2 on: August 19, 2012, 11:03:05 AM »
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Very cool!
Brian

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