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Old 09-22-2011, 05:54 PM   #15
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Wasagachris...I compared yours to Bob's and I don't know, but it looks like yours may need new axles.
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Old 09-22-2011, 06:44 PM   #16
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SIGH. MC does N scale. Hasn't been set up for years because he hasn't had a place for it. Now he's hatching ideas of a second trailer, thanks to you all!

BTW,WC, our daughter's name is Eileen...

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Old 09-22-2011, 07:12 PM   #17
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SIGH. MC does N scale. Hasn't been set up for years because he hasn't had a place for it. Now he's hatching ideas of a second trailer, thanks to you all!

BTW,WC, our daughter's name is Eileen...

Kay
Hi Kay well actually I don't have my layout anymore. I moved it from place to place for several years and then finally sold it when I fulltimed in my trailer.
Thanks to Bob now I'm thinking about a 53 ft transport trailer instead.

Does your daughter only have one leg?
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Old 09-22-2011, 09:49 PM   #18
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Nope, two legs. She came home crying once when she was 7 or 8 because the kids on the bus were teasing her about her name and the leaning thing. I had honestly never thought about it before and thought we had named her something that was tease proof. Of course, we've always called her Leeny (or Lean Bean Machine) when she was little but now that she's 24, I don't call her that anymore. I value my life too much.

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Old 09-22-2011, 10:07 PM   #19
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Nice new rig wasagachris! Now the debate can begin about tow vehicle, hitch selection and financing options!
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Old 09-22-2011, 10:07 PM   #20
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Sheesh!!!

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According to the information that came with it. I'm not sure what year it is. The title says " Buick mit Amerikanischem Wohnwagen".
It's a little small but does come with a tow vehicle.
It has 5 panel end caps, dual axles, and looks like a 26ft overlander but a lot, lot smaller. Actually it's only 3 " long and the Buick is 2" long.

Ha HA gotcha.

If I can't afford to buy real ones anymore I can still buy the toy ones.
You had me scared there for a moment....the AS police would come after you for hogging all the AS if you got another one. A real one I mean. Had me going on that for a moment......
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Nice new rig wasagachris! Now the debate can begin about tow vehicle, hitch selection and financing options!
Hey Kevin it came with a TV and hitch installed. Not a WD hitch just a ball hitch. I don't think a Ha Ha or PP could be made that small. Financing was easy using paypal on E-bay and the shipping was only $3.28. It came nicely packaged in bubble wrap and in it's own display case.
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You had me scared there for a moment....the AS police would come after you for hogging all the AS if you got another one. A real one I mean. Had me going on that for a moment......
Yes Sandy i was feeling a little bit mischevious today when I started the thread.
Who knew it would morph into a discussion about model railroading.
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