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Spelling it 'colour' instead of 'color' just added about $289 to the price.
I didn't create the Canadian spelling, I just follow the rules.
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I didn't do any work on the trail today, other than to apply a coat of danish oil to the box car. I love the way the colour comes out.

And for those who were wondering, a picture of the wall of floating shelves.



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He is my friends father.. He was start a hobby 4 years ago... He produces 15 models in a year..

And Now he has a big company.. he has 25 staff..He produces 800 models in a year now.. He joins international fairs.. He exports models to Germany England Italy France and Romania.. He is very rich now.. He was start in a small room 4 years ago.. He has very big workshop now..

You can do it Kenbo.. You are so talent

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It’s been several years since I’ve been on the forum and I always loved following your builds in the past. You have amazing attention to detail and patience. That wall is awesome!
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Itís been several years since Iíve been on the forum and I always loved following your builds in the past. You have amazing attention to detail and patience. That wall is awesome!
Thanks for the kind words on the show. This build isn't quite done yet but I will be taking a break from it for a while. Check back soon for the final pieces.

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Indeed, very interesting thread
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Well the freight car got started today. There will be the freight car and the caboose and I think I will call it a day at that. Let's not get carried away here.



As for the wagon on the ceiling...there are many things around my shop that have some kind of meaning. When my father was a young boy, he wanted a Radio Flyer red wagon but never got one for one reason or another. Years later, my wife and I purchased him this little red Radio Flyer wagon for his birthday and he had it in his shop for years. At one point in time, he brought it to my shop (when his was permanently shut down) and not too long after, my dad passed away. The wagon has lived on the ceiling of my shop ever since. Makes me smile and think of my dad every time I see it.
That's easily the nicest thing I've read in quite a while. Really caught me off guard, cuz this isn't one of the sites where I expect to shed tears at some time or another. Dammit

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That's easily the nicest thing I've read in quite a while. Really caught me off guard, cuz this isn't one of the sites where I expect to shed tears at some time or another. Dammit

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My dad and I were very close and there are many things in the shop that came from him. All of them have special memories and all of them make me smile and think of him.
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