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Old 24-08-17, 08:21 PM   #11
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I think the one on the left is a model 3 and the one on the right is a 2a .The 2a is a nice little engine
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It would be possible Neil, but I am going to try to keep it as close to original as possible. I like the idea of using the original screws so will do that I think. It just means thinning the sheet I am fixing a bit.
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It would be possible Neil, but I am going to try to keep it as close to original as possible. I like the idea of using the original screws so will do that I think. It just means thinning the sheet I am fixing a bit.
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