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I thought I was reading about a routed track then saw the pictures of the finished track and thought I was looking at a plastic track until I looked closer. What an amazing piece of work you're done. Congratulations.

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Great scenery work Cam. What did you use for your "armco" type fencing? Doohh. Just read through thread again and have seen how it's done.

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youve made me repaint fence in brighter colour, finnally starting to get the tyre wall's up. danm jelousy is a curse. ;)

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CAM that is absolutely brilliant,what an excellent job you have done there.You and your race mates will have a ball on that track,i have 2 questions,1,Are you a fitter/machinist or toolmaker or just enjoy the cnc machining caper,and 2,my lawns need mowing can you get mine looking like that?Great effort,regards Colin.

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Great track Cam,looks better on my computer than on your phone.Hope the digital gismoes work on the Plafit 1/32's, that would be awsome.

Makes my track look like a goat track,I'll have to lift my game when I modify mine in a couple of months.

Looking forward to having a drive & exchanging idea's on track building.


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Hope the digital gismoes work on the Plafit 1/32's, that would be awsome.

 

So do I Jim, you really did open my eyes the other night to a whole new world of slots, racing MJK dogbones, Plafit 24 & 32, de-tuned flexi's and scratch built cars. It was a memorable night for me, again many thanks for the invite.

 

 

Makes my track look like a goat track.Looking forward to having a drive & exchanging idea's on track building.

 

AHHH I don't think so. Your track is fabulous to drive on with lots of subtle tricks which only comes from years of experience and competition racing. At around 110 feet it's a great length track,

I would welcome your ideas for my next track.

 

- Cam


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Hope the digital gismoes work on the Plafit 1/32's, that would be awsome.

 

So do I Jim, you really did open my eyes the other night to a whole new world of slots, racing MJK dogbones, Plafit 24 & 32, de-tuned flexi's and scratch built cars. It was a memorable night for me, again many thanks for the invite.

 

 

Makes my track look like a goat track.Looking forward to having a drive & exchanging idea's on track building.

 

AHHH I don't think so. Your track is fabulous to drive on with lots of subtle tricks which only comes from years of experience and competition racing. At around 110 feet it's a great length track,

I would welcome your ideas for my next track.

 

- Cam

Hi Cameron

Glad you enjoyed yourself at my track Friday night,but if you think that was cool I can't wait to hear your response after a Friday night Vintage at Hornsby this week.

Sorry I can't make it as work comes first(need the money to buy more toys).

After seeing you drive my track & Dapto I'm sure you will dial into Hornsby fairly quickly.

The cars you'll be using are a diverse bunch,the Stocker is the wild child,nuttsy motor but sweet to drive.The Trans-Am goes well in a very competive class & the F1 is very smooth & quick.

Good luck & enjoy your self,I'm sure you will.


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Hope the digital gismoes work on the Plafit 1/32's, that would be awsome.

 

So do I Jim, you really did open my eyes the other night to a whole new world of slots, racing MJK dogbones, Plafit 24 & 32, de-tuned flexi's and scratch built cars. It was a memorable night for me, again many thanks for the invite.

 

 

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Makes my track look like a goat track.Looking forward to having a drive & exchanging idea's on track building.

 

AHHH I don't think so. Your track is fabulous to drive on with lots of subtle tricks which only comes from years of experience and competition racing. At around 110 feet it's a great length track,

I would welcome your ideas for my next track.

 

- Cam

Hi Cameron

Glad you enjoyed yourself at my track Friday night,but if you think that was cool I can't wait to hear your response after a Friday night Vintage at Hornsby this week.

Sorry I can't make it as work comes first(need the money to buy more toys).

After seeing you drive my track & Dapto I'm sure you will dial into Hornsby fairly quickly.

The cars you'll be using are a diverse bunch,the Stocker is the wild child,nuttsy motor but sweet to drive.The Trans-Am goes well in a very competive class & the F1 is very smooth & quick.

Good luck & enjoy your self,I'm sure you will.

Here's some pics of my goat track.

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So, Cam. Whatever happened to this beautiful track?


Computers. They'll never catch on.

 

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Tiny Tyers Targa - The build saga continues - Aging wood - A recipe for staining wood - Don't take a fence - Step by step paling fence - An old shed for my new cars - Wooden garage under construction

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Hi Embs,

 

It's still in the room next to my new track. I will be putting it up for sale shortly, I need the room for my little girl as a play room

 

Regards,

 

-Cam

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Greenslopes has now moved on to it's new owner, the good news is he is local so we will have another dig track to race on in the future.

 

Enjoy Til,

 

- Cam

 

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Thats image shack for you.

Supposed to be free, then want payment but say they will leave existing photos, then they disappear.

 


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Most of the pics from Greenslopes are on the Auslot Facebook page in an Album called Greenslopes Raceway (odd that. :) )


Computers. They'll never catch on.

 

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Tiny Tyers Targa - The build saga continues - Aging wood - A recipe for staining wood - Don't take a fence - Step by step paling fence - An old shed for my new cars - Wooden garage under construction

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I've started updating them from another photo service provider.

I missed Johns post that a French slot mag featured the track...too bad a can't read it☺

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Update the pics as best I could remember.

 

Here are a few more as it was taking shape.

 

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Amazing, great work


I can't believe that I wanted to grow up

 

Mount Salt Panorama Track Combined Road and Rally Track built near Salt Pan Creek Padstow - Sydney

 

A quick build rally track

 

2017 WRP Round 11 at Mt Salt Panorama

 

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