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Andy F21/05/2020 10:50:01
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I'm not really sure where to put this but seeing as it was built entirely from bits lying around in my garage it can go in scratch build.




Yes it's a bit mucky and it needs another coat of paint but any guesses as to what it is?

Ray Wood 221/05/2020 10:53:29
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709 photos

Hi Andrew,

Looks to me like a diesel shunter ??

Regards Ray

Edited By Ray Wood 2 on 21/05/2020 10:53:52

Colin Bishop21/05/2020 10:55:31
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A collision between a tractor and a combine harvester?

Certainly intriguing if it is based on a full size prototype. Do tell.


Chris Fellows21/05/2020 11:20:21
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I use a Gtech lawnmower for cutting the grass!

Interesting concoction, Ashley should like it!


Andy F21/05/2020 11:31:30
48 forum posts
59 photos

It's not the best picture in the world, it's a screenshot from a you tube video (hence the blurriness).

I'm not sure what you would call it but it is an actual thing and I've actually seen the actual thing. Not floating, obviously because it's not a working boat any more but yes, it is based on an actual prototype.

Charles (Oates) would probably know what it is, it's fairly close to where he lives.


ashley needham21/05/2020 15:12:26
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Love it 😍

All these things are out there for the adventurous!


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