that's my plan for next winter :)
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Sent: Friday, April 04, 2003 11:34
Subject: Re: Tank Plans
Same here. I got the 1:35 scale Tiger for $12 at Toys-r-us.
Then measured and multiplied by 4.8.
Having a model to work from is better
than a drawing, unless the drawing is in correct scale.
It may be
hindsight now that we are into spring but you might want to look into getting
a Mr. Heater. I have the 3 burner one and the only time I lit all 3 burners
was when it was 5 degrees outside. That was to heat a 20x30 uninsulated
garage. Anything smaller and the 1 burner unit will probably get you by for
a message bkraack-at-siscom.net writes:
What I did was go to toys-r-us and buy the 1:18 scale german
tiger. then INow that the weather is nicer, and I can work in my
unheated garage, I'll be
took my measurements and angles off of it. Now,
I've made several mistakes
in my measuring/cutting, and since I started
mine, many more people have
joined and started _much_ nicer looking tanks
than mine. I'm absorbing all
of that info for my _second_ tank ...
but I'm still pretty happy about what
I have so far
starting work on her again