Discussion in 'Kombi Spotting' started by Alpal, Nov 21, 2007.
Would need a few of these for my 'junk'.
I want one of THOSE!I
In this month's AMRM (Australian Model Railway Magazine). And for those who don't understand "HO" it's 1:87 scale. I'll let you work out just how small that makes the bus.
This would be a stunner at the Bus Stop toy Kombi racing.
If it doesn't disappear down a crack in the pavement or isn't picked up by an inquisitive Magpie.
Perhaps too delicate (and expensive?) for the Bus Stop track, Alpal?
But I would like one!
But 110 Euro?
Like Kombis.....an investment, if you get in early enough.
Made a midget back in 2011 for the 'races'.
Got run over by the cardboard box!!
Family siting around watching an episode of Van life @vanlife - so it wasn’t long before I created the atmosphere
So moving right along from this month's AMRM we have the following in Continental Modeller. Now the DB (Deutches Bundesbahn) used these as service rail motors. This model is brought to you by Märklin. It is Z Scale. That's 1:220. Saving you the arithmetic this model is just shy of 2cm long.
At least you will need to lay some track to race it and it won't be bothered by rough surfaces. On the other hand it may be easy pickings for a large dragon fly.
Aldi catalogue has a Welly split with a boat trailer coming soon. About $10
Happy father’s day
1/18 The little miss sunshine bus T2b getting a lube in the workshop
Just amazing Bagman. I'd love to see the 'workshop' one day.
One I picked up on my recent travels.......
One of them Bali buses,
The background is Wenge is it a table I take it.
I have a Wenge kitchen....so it’s on the raised section above the bench top .
And the bus was in a boxed set of 5 vehicles, made in China, but I only wanted the bus, so I gave the others away, to one of the locals kids.
Timber spotting Wayne? What is Wenge.....I've never heard of it?
It is a timber that comes from Africa, good example of it above
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