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Old 01-10-2019, 06:13 AM
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Greetings.
The next small junky projects coming up...
Wouldn't be a proper farm without an old tractor and poo spreader siting round.
We call that yard art in my parts no doubts.
I really like The Fordson tractors..their are a half dozen in great shape really close to where I live.
Anywhoo.
I have some pics to start from.
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Old 01-10-2019, 03:55 PM
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Old 01-10-2019, 07:27 PM
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And one more...as promised.
The starts of a crapper.
Enjoy.... wait...
Thanks for looking.
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Those posts seemed unrelated... until he mounted the outhouse ON the manure spreader

The scenery is really coming together. I may have to see about stealing those ideas to make a fuel station or a streetlamp.
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Wow...! Nice work on the foundation and the steps...me likely! Nice work so far on the crapper...lol..wondering how you plan on making it look used...and...does the door open ?

Lol...awesome fab work buddy !
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I built this a few (okay, ten or fifteen) years ago... the Mini Pooper.

1/25 scale, so it's difficult to photograph, but there's a dunny roll on the dash, buckets under the seats, and... stains.
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Old 01-11-2019, 09:59 AM
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I built this a few (okay, ten or fifteen) years ago... the Mini Pooper.

1/25 scale, so it's difficult to photograph, but there's a dunny roll on the dash, buckets under the seats, and... stains.
thatís awesome OBH !! Did you do a build thread for it? I would like to think that I have seen most if not all of your creations, but I donít remember this one...
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Old 01-11-2019, 02:47 PM
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That's not an RC model, just a static. And I probably built it before I joined here Crap, that was a long time ago.
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Old 01-12-2019, 06:31 AM
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Those posts seemed unrelated... until he mounted the outhouse ON the manure spreader

The scenery is really coming together. I may have to see about stealing those ideas to make a fuel station or a streetlamp.

Thanks frizz
Steal away..ahaha
So much to super detail on all the started projects. But it's all coming together.
And plenty more needs built.

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Wow...! Nice work on the foundation and the steps...me likely! Nice work so far on the crapper...lol..wondering how you plan on making it look used...and...does the door open ?

Lol...awesome fab work buddy !

Thanks.
Door does open.
Will patina alot like the wagon for looks. It's a mixture of pant and stains.
Light grey, and smear with stain and shoot with water from a spray bottle.
I need about 4 cans of clear flat so far to seal all the pieces up to help protect from the ellements...ahaha

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That's not an RC model, just a static. And I probably built it before I joined here Crap, that was a long time ago.

I had a great chuckle of the creation.
You were ahead of the curve OBH way before any of us.
I too always enjoy your builds and creativity's.
And their always appreciated on my threads.
I still whip a model car from time to time.

And what some of you have been hopefully waiting for........
Tractor purists look away.
Fordson "F" Abandoned tractor beginnings.
Off and running.
I'm really enjoying this one...Ive never built a tractor yet...
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Old 01-12-2019, 09:04 AM
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I've seem to encountered a small problem with working on details.
"Help".... HelP meeee.
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Old 01-13-2019, 04:26 AM
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Ain't no help for that. All you can do is keep working til you pass out. Total exhaustion will uncross your eyes, most of the time anyway.

Tractor looks great!
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Old 01-13-2019, 06:21 AM
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Ain't no help for that. All you can do is keep working til you pass out. Total exhaustion will uncross your eyes, most of the time anyway.

Tractor looks great!
Ahahaha Thanks OBH
Very appreciated.
I finally had to walk away from it.
I started laying out the makings for rear tires. Thinking they was going to be the easy parts of the build being just steel wheels.
I quessed wrong.haaaa Their actually a geometry nightmare.
Least for my 1 cyl 2 stroke performing mind...

Here is the tractor one more time while I ponder on the dilemma and drink coffee..lol
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Wow! Tractor looks awesome buddy...! Yeah...I also have issues making perfect circles and getting it centered...lol...!
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