Re: New member hello
- Nice work Mike!
If you are interested, there is an upload in the 'files' section
"New_Lionel_J36_label.gif". You could print it to a size which
matches the rivets on your Lionel bug, then laminate it and install it
on the rivets (if someone knows a better method, please chime in).
Again, nice job!
Jack - N0NV
--- In email@example.com, Mike Markowski <mm@...> wrote:
> Mike Markowski wrote:
> > [...] After cleaning and restoring the Lionel bug at
> Oops, make that: http://udel.edu/~mm/ham/bug/
- At 07:55 AM 4/4/2008, nzeronv wrote:
>Nice work Mike!Yeah, I agree! I have one that looks like the column on the
I've been thinking about cleaning it up and making it look
nicer, but there's never any time to do anything but drive the
truck. Maybe one day...
KD5XB -- Earl Needham
Clovis, New Mexico DM84jk
Quoting from the Coast Guard: ZUT
- Earl Needham wrote:
> At 07:55 AM 4/4/2008, nzeronv wrote:Thanks, guys! It really wasn't hard to clean. All the "before" photos
>> Nice work Mike!
> Yeah, I agree! I have one that looks like the column on the
> left! <G>
were used to help me put the bug back together after completely
disassembling it. I soaked the metal parts in cleaning solution used by
watchmakers and then gently got rid of what little dirt remained with a
soft brush. After just as gently cleaning the base (not with the watch
cleaner) I used black shoe polish on it.
Now I'll print out the image you pointed me to, Jack, to give it a more