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firstname.lastname@example.org (at 5:12pm, Sat 15th Jul, 17)
bonjour je recherche le modele meccano de la rolls- royce silver paru dans le constructor quarterly no 63 de mars 2004 je vous en remercie beaucoup
Bob t (at 1:45pm, Fri 16th Jun, 17)
Cary (at 1:07pm, Fri 16th Jun, 17)
Can anyone help me with a picture and or description for part of a model I am building. It is the electric counting conveyor from 5:18 book of models 1970. Have the conveyor belt part working no problems, but can't nut out the back inside part with the coil and how it turns the counter ect.???
CTB13 (at 10:23am, Mon 24th Oct, 16)
Metallus Crawlerset looks pretty good, but I didn´t find anybody really satisfied. Axles are to weak, and the wheels itself are not cut to work properly.
Peter Vandeweg (at 11:04am, Sun 24th Jul, 16)
Bob T (at 5:36am, Sat 23rd Jul, 16)
Keith, There are some track information in John R. Hornsby's Demag 1200 & CC4000 photo albums here