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Hello,

I must say that the track truly does look fantastic.
Could we have some pictures of the far corners and the hairpin, I really like that, looks great.

Cheers

Baz
 

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I have raced on Biggs track, and it is fun. You can really rip around that sweeper.

The hairpins are fun, and can be driven, but they take some getting used to.

All those buildings, signs, and walls are scratch built, no plastic buildings. Most of the figures were army men, firemen and so on in a previous life.

He really has put a lot of work and time in that track.
 

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he has a bunch of "i don't know the demensions" 1/4' X 1" wood blocks the cars sit on. keeps the wheels off the board, therefore not developing a flat space. one "spacer" is enough, you just balance the car.
 

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UNBELIEVABLE!! Racing at the office!! No fair!!

The track is REALLY sweet
. The Chevrons are underrated. They really look good making their way around your track like that. The scene with the three Chevrons comin' at ya as well as those two Lolas really give me a chill!!

I can't wait to finish my track. If all goes well it should be a real treat for the hobby at large. I have Vanquish sitting on the shelf awaiting completion of "the project".

Thanks for sharing the pics. Excellent work!!

so how can I go about getting a track setup at the office amongst these stuffy warts?

-Maltese
 
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