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1  Discussion Boards / Plasticville U.S.A. / Re: Plasticville Union Station on: July 20, 2008, 03:38:31 PM
Maybe it was the other way around.... looks more like HO but was marketed for O too. I know for sure that only one size Independence Hall/City Hall was made.

Joe

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2  Discussion Boards / Plasticville U.S.A. / Re: house windows and doors that are missing on: July 17, 2008, 03:59:00 PM
There are several suggestions and names of parts dealers on the Plasticville Collectors Association web site at www.plasticvilleusa.org  There is also the free PCA Trader page where you can list parts wanted or for sale.

Joe

3  Discussion Boards / Plasticville U.S.A. / Re: Plasticville USA Coffee Table Book on: July 17, 2008, 03:57:15 PM
As already suggested, try the Plasticville Collectors Association web site at www.plasticvilleusa.org  Once there you can find a list of price guides available. While the web site provides the most info (and is currently being completely updated), Bill Nole's latest price guide also gives some basic information on the items. www.pvmayor.com

Joe

4  Discussion Boards / Plasticville U.S.A. / Re: Plasticville Union Station on: July 17, 2008, 03:52:59 PM
Are you referring to the Union Station or to the City Hall/Independence Hall? The Union Stations come in what we consider to be O scale and HO scale. However, the City Halls came in one size but Bachmann seemed to think it fit to market them as both O and HO!

Joe

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5  Discussion Boards / Plasticville U.S.A. / Re: Glue Stains on 50's Cape Cod Houses on: May 16, 2008, 07:52:34 PM
Sorry, there is no known way to remove the glue stains from the Cape Cod Houses. The glue get's into the plastic itself and cannot be removed. Trust me on this.
For the sake of conservation/preservation and the need for these houses to look good on a layout, I suggest using water colors to help hide the stains. It does the trick and can be easily removed should it be sold to a serious collector.

Joe

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