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Ian
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Woah! Bill,
At it again
I had missed this thread, but I won't from now on! I love your work, following it from planing to completion this is another for me to follow.
 

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Ian
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Bill,
Another one which I'm following, it is progressing nicely. That bend to the left is going to be a major challenge.

I have not used the NINCO terminal track but that is exactly how I did mine using a Scalextric terminal section.

Like so many others I am holding my breath waiting for the landscaping to appear.
 

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Ian
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Bill,

That's Just not Fair! How easy did you make that look


One moment is wood and plaster the next it's perfect rock-face!
It looks great, as for the corner, I knew you would sort it


As ever dumbstruck by your results well not quite.............Brilliant
 

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Ian
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Bill,
You're at it again 99.99 per cent of us would be overjoyed to have results like you have... to me you have got it spot on.



Using more red would I think you are aiming more for something like this below however would this look real when done to 1.32 scale?



We all know there are only a few people that could pull this off….. errm and top of that list is you! Can't wait to see it when you "are" satisfied with the results.
If I could do a 12 inch section as well as you do the whole track I'd be a happy man.
 

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Ian
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Bill,
Thank you very much the video is excellent, but what I'm really saying thank you for is the BRAKES comment I have recently started to race at my local club, they have an analogue track I have been borrowing a controller which I was beginning to thing was rubbish as I have no brakes!
but its My fault I'd forgotten the chip takes out the brakes


So now I'm in a quandary I'll have to have two sets of cars those with chips for my track and without for racing
Chip extraction begins this weekend


This is where DPR could come into it's own.


TVM
 
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