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All done. ... (next 1.50 scale)
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nice paint job, I think I should know where that layby is, Moffat area?
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Sorry Steve I'm very surprised you got it wrong you'll kick yourself when i tell you...
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Same layby different angle. ...? ??
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I see a scania coming. ...
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Very nice job Tam, decals and all, I gather its a die-cast truck you started with.
Not my thing trucks, seen so many with Stobart on the side to be interested, but I do have the odd die-cast model of what I used to own and drive, so I can understand your return to childhood.
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Aren't they spose to going Brum Brumb Brum?

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lochcarron? but would you take 2 trucks that far North West
a guess would be loch Lomond but I don't recognise the view
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Balmacara (north) heading for skye 10mm road stone and yes Charles they do go brumm brumm but only when running. similar to a seagull but a wee bit louder ya cock. .
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Keith.P wrote:Very nice job Tam, decals and all, I gather its a die-cast truck you started with.
Not my thing trucks, seen so many with Stobart on the side to be interested, but I do have the odd die-cast model of what I used to own and drive, so I can understand your return to childhood.
Cheers keith yes die-cast only collect the ones I've driven in the past a few more to do yet. ...never fancied uncle Eddie (shirt and tie never suited me but don't think it's like that anymore) I'm more of a get washed in a puddle type of guy and cook dinner on a roadside bonfire ...anything to get the job done...back in the day i could do scotland/england/Wales have a fag then come home (same day) these days you wouldn't get to the end of the m6 on the same day. someone suggested limiters fitted to trucks 56mph now that's where congestion comes into it... :lol:
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Freebie stuff that came home with me, again things I used to drive and use, I also have a Minichamps ford Cougar, but its away in its box.
I won't mention the most special agents dads car, as its only for decoration and not brrrm brrrm.
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:lol:
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No, my one is bigger than yours.
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:lol: The real mc coy. ....
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Is that yours and do you still have it ?
More shocking you have paved road in Scotland.
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