Excavator (resin kit)

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The kit is by Ron of RMR or Race Motor Replicas and I had decals made by Joe of diecastanddecals.com

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Is that 1/25 scale or smaller? The detail looks great and if that is the way it comes, then that is some spectacular & clean casting.

Now the hard part........How much?

Mike Scheve

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Looks like a cool build to be..

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Yes,its 1/25 scale,and it runs about $90.00 And it has a LOTTA parts. I pack those for Ron,the first one took me a half hour of arranging parts to get them all in one box! Steven Zimmerman,aka the'Z'man

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This is becoming a fun build , change is good..........................Rob

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I have one of these from Ron. Great kit. It is identical to the excavator that comes with the New Ray Peterbilt/excavator 1/32 kit. I have that one as well. Reason for this reply is because I got my decals from Bossen Implements. They have a great selection for many brands.

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What make of machine is it? I run these for a living 😀

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Fred,

It looks to me to be a loose copy of a Cat! But you never know what with the lawyers and Cat getting their panities in a wad over licenseing!

Be Well

Gator

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What make of machine is it? I run these for a living

I built mine about 7 or 8 years ago. At the time most guys believed it was a 320 or a 325 Cat, so I arbitrarily "called" it a 322. Edited by Modeltruckbuilder

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That looks awesome man. I need to finish the details on mine.

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Are these still available to buy ?

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I wish someone would do the old dragline from the 70s AMT brochure that never made it into production....the Garwood Garbage truck could be cool too.

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Hope its still around when I can make me some $$$ :D

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After a little bit of clicking, I think this is their current site.

www.rmrmodels.com

By the way, anyone know why I can't copy and paste into the forums?

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