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Quarry Engineers (EngineerGB17)

1/87 scale WWII US Engineer grp. working roadside quarry

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David Hewkin16/10/2017 20:58:42
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Paul, an unusual subject being done with your usual attention to detail and on a scale hard to achieve with larger scale models.

That quarry is starting to look convincing already.

David

Andrew Belsey 216/10/2017 21:21:10
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Bulldozers are looking great!

Andy B

Paul Eberle19/10/2017 17:28:35
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Tanx guys.

Almost done w/dozer project. Will likely use LeTourneau version for this dio if I can get the pulleys done. Btm 2 are done except for winch cable ends, decals & paint touch-ups. Top one needs pulleys, guages, decals & paint touh-up.

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C&Cs encouraged. PaulE

Paul Eberle20/10/2017 22:36:07
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OK, some track touch-up & dullcoat & these are done. I will use the LeTourneau version on the dio. The other two will go on the lowboys. Waiting on plaster to dry on base.

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C&Cs encouraged. PaulE

jimbo21/10/2017 11:35:12
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Hi Paul

Wow. Those 'dozers look great. When I look at your work I have to keep reminding myself of the small scale.

Jim

Peter Day 121/10/2017 14:07:21
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Very nice work Paul.

Peter.

Steve Jones 1221/10/2017 16:42:28
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Paul

Great work on the dozers. Will they all have drivers?

Steve

Paul Eberle21/10/2017 17:31:50
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Thank you gentlemen.

The LeTourneau rear control dozer is in the 204E represented in the GB dio. The future is unclear for the other two. For now they'll go on the 1103E & 7thE Company lowboys w/o drivers. I have test fit drivers for all of the dozers in case I need them later. PaulE

John Race21/10/2017 19:08:50
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Paul, compliments on the dozersthumbs upBy the way you mentioned the guys who did the transport of supplies, I found that book on Amazon , now on my Kindle, a really griping story of bravery in none combat troops. Glad you mentioned it. Thanks.

John

Si Benson21/10/2017 22:50:36
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Evening Paul,

Missed quite a lot of what you’ve been doing so been having a good catch up. Great work piecing them tiny resin bits together...just the beginning of one of your epic displays beer

Si

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