pyro690

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  1. Love it!
  2. Looks great! So many good sets you have that missed out on. I look forward to more updates!
  3. Update looks good!
  4. Did not build with bricks, very easy to follow.
  5. Awesome! Looks great! Pneumatic steering!!! Thanks for the lxf!
  6. Agree with this. A $100 USD set is cheap enough for most parents or grandparents to give as a gift for little ones that want a LEGO train. Got to start some where, and it is tough to drop $200 on set if it will just sit in a box in the back of a closet in a month. I doubt we will see a new train in 2017, but I hope so. The new cargo terminal could at least be adapted to a train set-up. I would love a Santa Fe remake or a My Own Train re-visit but I don't think that will happen.
  7. Looks like a real LEGO piece to me.
  8. #43 on Ideas. Good luck! ... SCMODS? State County Municipal Offender Data System...
  9. Having Ingmar's Mack in blue right in front of me, I can say yours is not an exact copy. Frame looks very much the same, but you said frame was mostly his. I like the grille of yours better, and I think he has too much "air" in the seats on his. Good job on making this your own and showing it. You should build one or two of Ingmar's creations!
  10. Congrats to the winners!
  11. This is awesome!
  12. Looks great!!
  13. What the frick Jim? Get used to one and you change it again, and again, and again! LOL! It's a surprise every other day I log in! Next one should be a #5 connector, just make sure nobody can get a red one! Joking aside, thank you Jim for keeping us on topic!
  14. Sorry about your luck. I got a 8043 off ebay that was 'missing pieces' for $250 USD, was only missing 10 common pieces that are still in production. Keep looking, the 8043 is a great build and play set!
  15. Great looking truck in real life! I was kind of shocked Navistar actually built them, seemed more of a concept than a truck. I get to see one about once a week around here. I look forward to your progress! ( Last 2 trucks my Dad owned were Navistar's or International's as they are called, but he passed before these came out. His were 9400 and 9900ix.) The bumper seems off but keep working at it!!