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R/C D9R dozer

Discussion in 'Models and Miniatures' started by dirtpusher9, Feb 14, 2009.

  1. dirtpusher9

    dirtpusher9 Well-Known Member

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    looks great mate
     
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    cableand 003.jpg
     

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    Holy smokes! Do you build all that from scatch?
     
  6. JDOFMEMI

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    What a dozer

    I just read the thread you linked to, all 14 pages of it, and you have done an incredible job.

    Do continue to share it with us, Please.
     
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    :thumbsupi want one!
     
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    That is very cool to see !! , I can really relate to that , ha,ha. well, almost , mine is just a static model, ?? www.doncampbellmodels.com
     

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    Thanks for looking guys. Yes, it is all from scratch, using scrap metal I had (except for the the tracks). Had to buy some ''T'' steel and machine them, lots of work but it gave me something to do on rainouts.
     
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    I've visited your site on many occasions, Don. Nice work.
    I wish I could this work full time, but my boss won't let me off my blade. lol
     
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    Thanks,
    Looks like you are a few steps ahead of me because your Dozer really works, !! How fun !! Great JOB !!
     
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    awesome job!
     
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    Got the winch painted today. To tacky to put the cable on it.
     

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    HOLY SMOKES... WOW!!!! Me want one bad. :) Seriously though about what woudl the cost of that be? Sorry for asking but I am very curious. :)

    Darin
     
  16. dirtpusher9

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    Thanks. Are you talking about the winch or the whole thing?
     
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    Actually the whole thing. :) Darin
     
  18. dirtpusher9

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    The highest offer so far is $16,000.
     
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    SWEET! Good for you and sure wish I could have one. Will continue to watch for sure. Thanks for your replies. Darin
     
  20. dirtpusher9

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    I hope to have some more done pretty quick. Thanks for looking.