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Here is my old tank car recently acquired. For the purists they came with electro couplers but they were knuckless so the dealer switched them out for me.

TJ if you go into NH again this guy is on route 28 in Wolfboro. Some big barnHe is only allowed to be opened major holiday weekends. Maybe next year he will be squared away. He goes under Twenty Century Limited.

So Ed, here is the rust bucket. Enjoy!
 

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Railroad Tycoon
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Well, it is rusty, no doubt about that! :D

Yes no need to weather it.:D:thumbsup:



And.....it doesn't look like it needs any epoxy either.
T mans got something that needs no epoxy?:D

Does it have both hand rails and ladders?
What color you going to do it T?

A Special T man's epoxy car would be nice.
 

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I LIKE it ... LOTS of T-Man potential!

Hey T ... Thanks for the Wolfboro tip!!! :thumbsup: I've made note of it. (Though we're changing summer vaca destinations this year ... heading up to Bar Harbor in Maine in June. Outdoorsy stuff!

Cheers,

TJ
 

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Down East Eh! I am sure you could find trains there.

I like the epoxy logo but I don't have plans for this car yet. Too much to do.:)

Candy Cane paint job?
Lifesaver's?

T Man Super Strength Epoxy, I like the best.:D:thumbsup:

Car #2555, Black Car body, Bright Yellow frame, Bright Yellow lettering.
Yellow band around the dome.:thumbsup::D
 

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