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    Default Some TEBC Units

    Has anybody tried to make any of these units? I think it would be cool to have some of these
    http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c9...ta20Fe20BN.jpg
    http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c9...6_eng_side.jpg

    BNSF Oklahoma

    http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c96/BNSF650/15_1.jpg

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    Default RE: Some TEBC Units

    WTF is that mess?

    Delamaize
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    Default RE: Some TEBC Units

    A cab-equipped slug that also is a reciever for remote control operation.

    Dan

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    Default RE: Some TEBC Units

    I swear, BNSF gets some of the weirdest looking units sometimes.... :P :+
    Stephen Arata.

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    Default RE: Some TEBC Units

    hmmm... I possibly can take a wack at it, but don't count on me doing the entire thing, I am not good with the truck and wheels.

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    Shawn, I think that maybe I could try the trucks. ;)
    I have a good idea of how to do them.
    Stephen Arata.

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    Sweet... Yea they are wired..lol

    BNSF Oklahoma

    http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c96/BNSF650/15_1.jpg

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    Default RE: Some TEBC Units

    IS that thing sitting on the ground or on the hidden tracks? It looks it's sitting on the ground with no tracks to me. :+


    Ken Plaza ;-)
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    Default RE: Some TEBC Units

    Looks like an overgrown MP15...

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    Default RE: Some TEBC Units

    I think its an SD39 or SD40 converted in a sorta switcher thing with a lowered hood and switcher cab.

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