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I'm planning on setting up an Oak Creek 36 on a door, I wanted to play with elevation and scenery options. I made this small scale track to get a feel for how the full size track will look. The road is printed on paper, glued to a file folder then cut out. I sculpted three layers of 3/16 foam, colored the whole thing with Magic Markers, then glued down the track. Whole thing took 1 hour. Tell me what you think!



 

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Duke Dave of Sealand
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WOW! you have some serious talent. Can't wait to see your track if you can do a mock up like that.. thats is one very sharp track love the elevation changes..


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That is really trick.

You should buy one of those clear cases for 1/24th scale model cars and mount it inside. Would make a neat conversation piece.

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I'm gonna steal that design for the new portable track hope you do not mind.. thats awesome still digging it...


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Scafremon said:
...Can you add some lil cars to it? :)
Maybe, know where I can get some 1:640 cars? :p


coach61 said:
I'm gonna steal that design for the new portable track hope you do not mind...
Not at all, quite flattered. Goodness knows I'm gonna steal my share of good ideas once I start construction.

Thanks for the compliments everyone!
 

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Let see you put it in a bottle, only then will I be impressed.

Just kidding nice job. :thumbsup:
How about putting a car on it just to see how small it really is.
 
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