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Vincent Massi posted:

P51, that blue truck is about the snazziest-looking pick-up I've ever seen.

Thank you. It has a correct license plate for the year and county where the layout takes place, as well as a WW2 era gas ration sticker on the windshield.

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Here it sits on the layout in the spot I intended for it, for now.

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lee drennen posted:

 Very beautiful sence Lee thanks for posting I appreciate it 

From one Lee to another, thanks. I actually admire your work with wheeled vehicles quite a bit.

Thank you Lee that means a lot coming from you one of the best model railroader on here in my book I admire your layout and pics you post as well thank you. 

p51 posted:
Vincent Massi posted:

P51, that blue truck is about the snazziest-looking pick-up I've ever seen.

Thank you. It has a correct license plate for the year and county where the layout takes place, as well as a WW2 era gas ration sticker on the windshield.

0205192225a-010205192224a-01-01

Here it sits on the layout in the spot I intended for it, for now.

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Lee

that second pics looks so real thanks for posting more pics of this beautiful truck 

Lee, to answer your question about what scale my antique vehicles are:

Strange things were always happening in the valley, but when a dragon appeared, that was too much. So the king sent two knights to kill the dragon, but a train ran over them. Hence, my first lay-out, Vincent's Railroad Empire, was born.

Different times and places existed simultaneously in VRE, and although it is gone, some of the magic has survived.

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lee drennen posted:
p51 posted:
lee drennen posted:

 Very beautiful sence Lee thanks for posting I appreciate it 

From one Lee to another, thanks. I actually admire your work with wheeled vehicles quite a bit.

Thank you Lee that means a lot coming from you one of the best model railroader on here in my book I admire your layout and pics you post as well thank you. 

Lee, thank you more than I can say.

Even though I dont think my work is all that good, you made my day.

p51 posted:
lee drennen posted:
p51 posted:
lee drennen posted:

 Very beautiful sence Lee thanks for posting I appreciate it 

From one Lee to another, thanks. I actually admire your work with wheeled vehicles quite a bit.

Thank you Lee that means a lot coming from you one of the best model railroader on here in my book I admire your layout and pics you post as well thank you. 

Lee, thank you more than I can say.

Even though I dont think my work is all that good, you made my day.

I have to disagree. Keep posting we all enjoy your work here and the all over the  forum 

lee drennen posted:
trumptrain posted:

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 Patrick 

 Thank you for the beautiful post I don’t know which pic I like the best the Tucker one are the truck terminals.  I also like your skyline background do you mind telling us who makes that thanks and thanks for posting 

Thanks Lee for your kind words!  I really like model vehicles ( especially  trucks and fire apparatus ) , moving them around and changing them in and out  on my layout periodically.   Doing so helps to mildly freshen the look of the layout and helps keep my creative juices flowing.  

The background is made by Realistic Backgrounds www.RealisticBackgrounds.com  704 Second Ave. Pittsburgh PA 15219

trumptrain posted:
lee drennen posted:
trumptrain posted:

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 Patrick 

 Thank you for the beautiful post I don’t know which pic I like the best the Tucker one are the truck terminals.  I also like your skyline background do you mind telling us who makes that thanks and thanks for posting 

Thanks Lee for your kind words!  I really like model vehicles ( especially  trucks and fire apparatus ) , moving them around and changing them in and out  on my layout periodically.   Doing so helps to mildly freshen the look of the layout and helps keep my creative juices flowing.  

The background is made by Realistic Backgrounds www.RealisticBackgrounds.com  704 Second Ave. Pittsburgh PA 15219

Your welcome Patrick. Yes moving them around keeps the layout alive . Thanks for posting 

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