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Flat Car . . Flat Car For the Buffalo Bayou, Brazos and Colorado Railway More information below these photos I built a second one in Redish Brown and Dark Bluish Gray This Flatar design was modified from Jeramy Spurgeon's design "50' Flat Car" which can be downloaded from First I widen it to 8 studs, then added a little more length so that I could add corner steps, and used my arch-bar trucks. I also fixed the problem of "break-a-part" that Tony noted in his review. I fixed this by adding a 30414 Brick, Modified 1 x 4 with 4 Studs on One Side outside of the 3700 Technic, Brick 1 x 2 with Hole at each end, locking to the "deck" plates. The Home of Republic of Texas Navy in LEGOs is right here on MOCpages. enjoy kurt Notes:RTS - Republic of Texas ShipRTN - Republic of Texas NavyLNA - Lego Naval Architect

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