I’ve posted a couple more videos on my YouTube channel. They are of the newly released MTH HO NYC passenger consists – the 20th Century Limited, and the Empire State Express. Both are pulled by matching streamlined Hudson locomotives. (more…)
After the success of DCC conversion of my Overland Models Union Pacific Three Unit Gas Turbine, I felt pretty confident in taking on this project. See the original post here.
Here’s your once-in-a-lifetime chance to own this rare collectors item from the skilled talents of Conley Precision. This 1/4 scale replica of the infamous Ford Cobra is all hand-crafted, and has a working internal combustion miniature V-8 engine. Other amazing hand-crafted features of this car include a quick change four link rear end, four wheel hydraulic disc brakes with dual master cylinder, custom ball joints with grease fitting, replica Hallibrand wheels with Goodyear style tires and knock-offs, oil filled shocks, stainless steel exhaust, leather interior, burled walnut dash with simulated gauges, fiberglass body, completely assembled chassis. Starting bid is $17,500, so go bust open that piggy-bank and pull out some serious coin!
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The second run of the Eureka Models AD60 Beyer Garratt has finally arrived! I added new pics of this outstanding loco to my original AD60 post here.
Walthers has completed shipment of its entire HO Proto 2000 Santa Fe “Super Chief” plated edition F3 A&B locomotives and matching passenger car set. Click the photo above for the original post containing lots of photos of this beautiful train, and eventually, video.
It was a beautiful fall day here this past Friday – sunny and a tad chilly at 50′F – great for flying my refurbished vintage Camroc and newly-built Camroc Carrier clone model rocket. Armed with a half-dozen film disks and Estes C6-5 engines, I was looking forward to a visit into model rocketry’s past. (more…)