Ex cinno

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About Ex cinno

  • Birthday 09/15/53

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

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    Bologna
  • Interests
    LEGO TRAINS, HISTORYCAL BUILDINGS, STOP MOTION

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    Italy

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  1. TOP MOC Trains on HispaBrickMagazine

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

    I am without words: your work is stunning.
  3. 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.
  4. MOC: D 145

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

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

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

    For now display only but space for a motor is not a problem.
  8. 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
  9. MOC: D 145

    Hi Vliebricker, thank for your words. Anyway the model you found in internet is not the same i reproduced here. My D 145 is one of the 2000 series while your is of the 1000 series. And one of the the difference is just that "kind of bump at the cabine". D145 00 by Claudio, su Flickr Here some pictures from the other side of the D 145, that is a little different. D 145 6 by Claudio, su Flickr D 145 7 by Claudio, su Flickr
  10. MOC: D 145

    My latest project, always related to Italian historical trains, is the diesel locomotive D 145, built for the F.S. by the Fiat Ferroviaria Savigliano in the early 80's. For its unusual orange livery was immediately renamed "Lobster". Width of the moc is set to 7 studs. D 145 1 by Claudio, su Flickr D 145 2 by Claudio, su Flickr D 145 3 by Claudio, su Flickr D 145 4 by Claudio, su Flickr D 145 5 by Claudio, su Flickr
  11. MOC: BB 162

    The BB 150 is an electric diesel locomotive produced in 13 units, at the end of the 50's, by the Officine Reggiane for Italian Southest Railways. Here I reproduced the number BB 162, which has been completely restored some years ago and is now used for tourism and historical recollections. Its width is as always at 7 studs. BB 162 0 by Claudio, su Flickr BB 162 1 by Claudio, su Flickr BB 162 2 by Claudio, su Flickr BB 162 3 by Claudio, su Flickr BB 162 4 by Claudio, su Flickr BB 162 5 by Claudio, su Flickr BB 162 6 by Claudio, su Flickr
  12. Moc: BB 169

    Thank you all for your nice words.
  13. Ciao, non so se ci conosciamo ma ho visto che sei di Roma e quindi potremmo anche esserci incontrati a qualche evento. Io mi chiamo Claudio Calzoni e l'ultimo a cui ho partecipato con i miei treni e la mia vialla Palladiana è stato il Ludicomix di Empoli. 

    Buona giornata.

    Claudio

     

     

    1. Itaria No Shintaku

      Itaria No Shintaku

      Ciao Claudio, so chi sei :)

      Gianluca mi conosce molto bene :)

  14. [MOC] Small medieval village.

    Your diorama looks really good, with so much details to see around.
  15. Moc: BB 169

    Hi Beck thank for your suggestion. May be that bogie look close to the front but that's exactly what I saw in some photos of the BB 169. Anyway I'll try to move it a stud back to see how it look. Thank LEGO Train 12 Volts for your words, but i think my collection does not even approach yours. I totally agree with your words: seven forever....