Ex cinno

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  • Birthday 09/15/53

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    https://www.flickr.com/photos/128777959@N07/

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    Male
  • Location
    Bologna
  • Interests
    LEGO TRAINS, HISTORYCAL BUILDINGS, STOP MOTION

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    Italy

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  1. E424 mini moc

    Hi all. Another Italian locomotives reproduced in just only 3 studs: this time is the legendary E424, in her beautiful Isabella livery. E424 1 by Claudio, su Flickr E424 2 by Claudio, su Flickr E424 3 by Claudio, su Flickr
  2. MOC: E444 mini

    Hi all again. Add two picture of a new version of my E444 mini moc. Now the blue lines are the same as the original train. E444 mini version 2.0 - 1 by Claudio, su Flickr E 444 mini version 2.0 - 2 by Claudio, su Flickr Hi all. For those who like the "Turtle", an italian loco built in the 70's, but find it's 7 wide format too demanding, I propose a mini version of the E444 to only 3 studs: I think the puppy makes its discreet figure next to her older sister. E444 mini 1 by Claudio, su Flickr E444 mini 2 by Claudio, su Flickr E444 mini 3 by Claudio, su Flickr
  3. Trains exhibitors

    Thanks for your nice words and yes, I think this is a pretty way to expose own trains at events.
  4. MOC: Z1 "Finanziera"

    I saw that you all appreciate the background overall and I agree with you, just because I think is more original than my Finanziera. I built the diorama to valorize my trains but in the end, it conquered the scene. Things that happen, i am satisfied the same.
  5. MOC: Z1 "Finanziera"

    Here I reproduced in 7 width format an italian Z1 passenger carriage. It's livery is the unusual ”two shades of grey”, mainly known as the “Finanziera". The diorama exhibitor is my last custom creation, especially designed to add some value to the trains. Finanziera 1 by Claudio, su Flickr Finanziera 2 by Claudio, su Flickr Finanziera 3 by Claudio, su Flickr Finanziera 4 by Claudio, su Flickr
  6. Trains exhibitors

    Hi all, here some pictures of my new trains exhibitors because i was tired to simply put my mocs on the tracks during the Lego events. Some more are in construction with different background so if you like it stay tuned. Exhibitor 1 by Claudio, su Flickr Exhibitor 2 by Claudio, su Flickr Exhibitor 3 by Claudio, su Flickr Exhibitor 4 by Claudio, su Flickr
  7. DB 200 116

    Nice model as always my friend, even if is not an italian loco the Db 200 is a very classic one.
  8. TOP MOC Trains on HispaBrickMagazine

    Very nice models, I wouldn't know which is the best because they all have something special. Great work.
  9. Duesenberg SJ Dual Cowl Phaeton (1:8,5)

    I am without words: your work is stunning.
  10. MOC: Centoporte

    Thanks Asper for your post. I'm glad you enjoyed it Man with a hat. Said from you I consider it a great compliment, although I think my E444, the Turtle, is what I did best.
  11. MOC: D 145

    Thanks you all for your nice words.
  12. MOC: Centoporte

    Thanks you all for your words. By the way the carriage weighs 822 grams
  13. MOC: Centoporte

    Yes TechnicRCRacer, determine the right proprotion for the windows it took me some time.
  14. MOC: D 145

    For now display only but space for a motor is not a problem.
  15. MOC: Centoporte

    This passenger coaches was built in nearly 1500 specimens in the 1930's and 40's and deservedly named Centoporte (one hundred doors), because each compartment had its own outside access. Its width is set to 7 studs and it took me more than 1400 pieces to reproduce it. Centoporte 0 by Claudio, su Flickr Centoporte 1 by Claudio, su Flickr Centoporte 2 by Claudio, su Flickr Centoporte 3 by Claudio, su Flickr Centoporte 4 by Claudio, su Flickr Centoporte 5 by Claudio, su Flickr Centoporte 6b by Claudio, su Flickr Centoporte 7 by Claudio, su Flickr