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    CIE Skeleton Wagon

    Just completed two Provincial Wagon kits.

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    Great detail on its skeleton structure, pity it will be covered up by it's container load.

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    Looks nice Kieran

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    Looks great. with or without container.

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    They look great Kieran , the weathered container really sets the scene.

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    Very nice Kieran.Looks great with the container sitting on it.

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    Looks the business. Did he use that clever lead in resin craic he did on the underframe of the H van? R.
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    Looks great. I do like those kits. Don't have one of the little flats yet though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richrua View Post
    Looks great. I do like those kits. Don't have one of the little flats yet though.
    Very nice! Does it come with the container?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenderg View Post
    Did he use that clever lead in resin craic he did on the underframe of the H van? R.
    Yes Richie, it's a standard practice in the manufacture of all his kits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiveController View Post
    Does it come with the container?
    No Kevin, that's a C-Rail 20ft Drybox kit that I made up.

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