On30 Model T railcar

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On30 Model T railcar

Postby metro » Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:00 pm

My work bench is full of Standard Gauge at the moment but when i need a break i will be working on narrow things & once i have bitl 2 oo9 signals i will be building this the kit is by N Brass here in the UK http://www.nbrasslocos.co.uk N Brass Locos, Kits in N, OO and O, Standard and Narrow Gauge[/
the full kit
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001 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

chassis etch & wheels for the Non motorized model
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002 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

& the motorizing kit
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003 by Mozzer models, on Flickr
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Re: On30 Model T railcar

Postby metro » Sun Aug 04, 2013 11:02 am

Today i am having a good look at the kit ready to make a start building tommorrow
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Re: On30 Model T railcar

Postby metro » Mon Aug 05, 2013 3:59 pm

got on well today here were i am up to in 2 posts

frames folded up
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001 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

here i have fitted barings & attached to the floor removed the axle box brasing & replaced them with .45 wire
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002 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

i then added thhe detail parts to the w-irons
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003 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

And added the footboard bracets followed by the foot boards
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004 by Mozzer models, on Flickr
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005 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

then it was time to buid the tool box this is still loose as i will nodify it to take the DCC chip
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006 by Mozzer models, on Flickr


more to follow
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Re: On30 Model T railcar

Postby metro » Mon Aug 05, 2013 4:08 pm

part 2

next was taking the body off the chassis of the Matchbox Model T ford
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007 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

so after taking the roof off i drilled out the rivits under the chassis
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008 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

this left me with this
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009 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

i removed the riveits from under the part with the seat in
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010 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

then cut the radiator level with the engine cover & clipping off the tails of the wire that is the window frame then i checked how it shat on the rail chassis
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011 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

& heres a photo with the roof back on
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012 by Mozzer models, on Flickr


thats it for today
next is build up the bull bars & motor/gearbox then fit the rear brack shoes then cut the body to sit over the motor
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Re: On30 Model T railcar

Postby metro » Tue Aug 06, 2013 12:43 pm

so far today i have built up the pilot each bar has to be bent & cut to shape & not the eazyist thing to do


1st 1/2 done
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001 by Mozzer models, on Flickr
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002 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

the pilot finished
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003 by Mozzer models, on Flickr
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004 by Mozzer models, on Flickr
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Re: On30 Model T railcar

Postby metro » Tue Aug 06, 2013 7:12 pm

Also today i have built up the motor & gearbox plus added thw wheels

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005 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

I then cut a hole in the floor at the back of the body so the body would fiit over the motor this was done by drilling lots of holes around the hole i wanted the poped out & cleaned up
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006 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

chassie with tool box in place (this will hold the DCC chip)
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007 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

Body sat on chassis
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008 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

& now with Bonnett & roof
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009 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

& here is a low leavel shot the motor dose not show to much & can be hiden by seated figuers
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010 by Mozzer models, on Flickr
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Re: On30 Model T railcar

Postby metro » Wed Aug 07, 2013 2:02 pm

today i have taken the model apart & given everything a coat of gray primmer paint
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Re: On30 Model T railcar

Postby Cock Sparra » Fri Aug 09, 2013 9:16 am

It's starting to look good. :D
Cheers Phil

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Re: On30 Model T railcar

Postby metro » Fri Aug 09, 2013 6:11 pm

Cock Sparra wrote:It's starting to look good. :D

thanks
Its all painted now next is clean out the axle holes for the powered wheel then put it all togetter & add pickups
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Re: On30 Model T railcar

Postby metro » Sat Aug 10, 2013 2:35 pm

The railcar is done & is running in But here are some photos
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001 by Mozzer models, on Flickr
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002 by Mozzer models, on Flickr
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003 by Mozzer models, on Flickr
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004 by Mozzer models, on Flickr

Once the power train has run in i will try & make a video
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Re: On30 Model T railcar

Postby metro » Sat Aug 10, 2013 5:37 pm

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