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1  Discussion Boards / Large / Re: G scale decals on: April 09, 2010, 11:55:24 PM
Hiya Bob,
   Checked out Large Scale Central. Thanks again. Couldn't find Stan Cedarleaf or anything about decals. I'll try again later. Also found Green Diamond train decals through ebay but they are WAY expensive, or is $30-$60 for two sheets the going price? That's a ways down the road anyway.
   Back at'cha.
Bruce
2  Discussion Boards / Large / Re: G scale decals on: April 09, 2010, 10:37:47 PM
Thanks Bob,
   I will definitely check them out. I found some great pics online of an engine in ET&WNC livery that is THE Bachmann 4-6-0 but with more details which I will be adding to my engine(s).
   Thanks again.
Bruce the Brush
3  Discussion Boards / Large / G scale decals on: April 09, 2010, 09:09:57 AM
Hiya Bman,
   I've picked up a few 4-6-0s on Evilbay and have started detailing and weathering them. I'm trying to find a source for decals of popular and obscure RRs. Any ideas? Anyone have left-overs? Also looking for some metal parts to replace the plastic ones, like grabrail posts.
Thanks
4  Discussion Boards / Large / Re: Happy to have the car kits on: February 21, 2010, 09:25:08 AM
Kits? There are rolling stock kits? Where can I get kits?
5  Discussion Boards / Large / Re: Adhesive to repair detail on 1:20 car on: February 20, 2010, 10:19:26 AM
I've been building models while we were still in caves. I use Methylene Chloride (MC). Really nasty stuff but it actually melts the plastic parts together. Our model shop used it and I found it at a local cleaning supply house here in town. It's used as a base for most paint strippers. $16 a gallon! Usually last me for over a year. Lots of ventilation. Pour from gallon into small bottle. Keep lid tight or it will vaporize in hours. Beats Tenex and MEK all to heck.
6  Discussion Boards / General Discussion / Ima newbie on: January 21, 2010, 12:52:52 AM
Hiya Friends,
   I'm new to this particular facit of the hobby and may have jumped in over my head, but... I may be purchasing a 4-6-0 completely disassembled and am in need of an instruction or assembly manual. Alot of "ifs" but the aquatic foul are all lined up, ya know. And anyone know where I could find photos of a Baldwin 4-6-0 that Bachmann modeled their engine after? I want to detail and weather my engine. No bright, shiny for me, no sir. Thanks.
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