Friday Night Fights (Round 13)

Welcome back fight fans, to Sin City Nevada for another blood-drenched edition of Friday Night Fights! Tonight’s bout seeks to answer the eternal question, what happens when a harness bull takes on a yard dick? Let’s go to the tale of the tape:

Fighting out of the red corner, from the wrong side of the tracks…The Brisbane Brawler Nik J Dort (Red Five89) and his Scandia Railbus.

Scandia Railbus

And fighting out of the blue corner, from R’lyeh where he lies dead and dreaming…Karf Oohlu and his Micro monkey train.

Micro monkey train

As usual, constant reader, you are tasked with deciding the outcome of this pugilistic endeavor by way of comment. On the last edition of Friday Night Fights BeLgIuM ww2 bUiLdeR won his bout by the narrow margin of 6-5. Tune in next week for more action!

15 comments on “Friday Night Fights (Round 13)

  1. Andrew

    There is a MONKEY driving the second train. A MONKEY!!! That results in automatic disqualification for all other contenders.

  2. Karf Oohlu

    Hah, two Brisbanites. Way to dominate : D
    I’m going to have to favour the monkey flavoured one.

    Thanks Keith

  3. Drogan

    Erm, what’s the monkey using to fuel his engine? I hope those are wood chips.
    Another vote for the chimp choo choo.

  4. Josh

    ^It is a train of monkey, for the monkey, by the monkey. The wheels being outside the tracks are the least of its operational issues. :D

    Hard call but I’m going to have to vote for the Railbus. The monkey train is more fun but the Railbus is the better build. That being said, it does need more monkey.

  5. peterab

    It’s hard to vote against a Karf monkey Moc, but that railbus kick serious monkey butt. Railbus, Railbus, Railbus.

    Good to see an antipodean stoush, Keith. Awesome to see trains too. Keep up the good work.

  6. bdag

    The monkey train is cute and obviously popular. For as much as I love micro, it just doesn’t grab me though. That railbus has got some sweet compound angles goin’ on. 1 also for the use of classic window pieces.

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