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Al P.,
The Best Sixty was offered about fifteen years ago by one of the G-scale suppliers, I don't remember which one. The production was a limited run with several details offered and it was made in Germany. The LGB flat car, cleats and loading ramp were offered as one of the options. I found this on eBay about three years ago. Several of the parts were broken and one of the tracks had some issues, so I bought it and repaired it. Additional details were added to the set then it was painted and weathered. You might consider eBay if you are looking for one.

Chris, I am one man with two hands and more projects than good sense... leave me alone already! (KIDDING!)

Don
 

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It's a great looking website and your modelling skills are outstanding. I'm going to bookmark your pages because, even if I do model modern standard gauge trains,,I'll get a lot of detail and weathering ideas from you.

Thanks for letting us know.

Dave
 

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Posted By Don Gage on 02/24/2009 4:30 PM
Hello All,
I wanted to thank Dean Whipple for the cool and updated website he has created for me. The new site is located at:

http://4largescale.com/DonGage/index.htm


Please check it out and let me know what you think,

Don.



You're very welcome Don, I'm glad others are enjoying you're new website with all your great ideas, that's what I'd hoped for.....

I hope they'll check out all the other interesting websites at 4largescale.com for even more ideas.....
 

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Hey Don,
That's really a nice sight, and your work fits right in with all the other great modelers that Dean hosts there at 4 large scale.

So how is that 1:20 donkey upgrade coming
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Take care
Rick Marty
 
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