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  • "hemingway" is male
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Saturday, January 15th 2011, 10:36pm

Invicta (Richard Trevithick von 1804) 1:25


bin eben auf dieses schöne Modell auf gestoßen:

Ein Modell des Eisenbahnpioniers Richard Trevithick von 1804, die "Invicta".

Schön detailliert; muß aber bemalt werden.

Hier der Download:

Hier der Baubericht:
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Sunday, January 16th 2011, 12:25pm

Ein Automatikgetriebe sieht anders aus :D
Tolles Teil. Leider kann ich kein slowakisch. Vielleicht reichen ja die Bilder aus dem Baubericht.
Danke für den Link.
Schokolade ist gut gegen Zähne :D

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Sunday, January 16th 2011, 2:32pm

Die Lok sieht SEHR komplex aus, Danke für den Link!
Es wirkt bei den Bauabschnittbildern sogar so, als ob man die beweglich bauen KÖNNTE...



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Sunday, January 16th 2011, 3:41pm

Thanks for the links!!! I love anything from this era, and this is a beauty.
Peter Crow
Santa Monica, Calif.

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