Re: [HOn3] class 60 and the Silverton RR # 100
- Patience is cheap and I have a lot of that. I know it will take a lot of
modification on the engine, the tender is minor. It's difficult to tear down the
278 when it looks so good. I guess that's why a kit, whether it be all brass
or a combination of plastic, white metal and brass would be easier to deal
with. I know that the parts to modify are available, it's just that first
venture into the unknown world of disassembly that is the hardest.
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Try to get a look at one of PSC's new C-16 kits.
Basicly the production model un-assembled. No written
instructions, just pictures of built up model in
various stages of assembly. Looks like a great place
to start and avoid attacking a complete model. Will be
watching Gazette for Mal's articles as I would hope
his written infor will assist in at least knowing
where to put some of the parts. Early TOC C series
sure look sharp in those early photos.
My 2.5 cents, Happy Modeling JOHN V>8-)
--- SCPantera@... wrote:
> Patience is cheap and I have a lot of that. <snip>__________________________________
> It's difficult to tear down the
> 278 when it looks so good. I guess that's why a
> kit, <snip>> would be easier to deal
> with. I know that the parts to modify are
> available, it's just that first
> venture into the unknown world of disassembly that
> is the hardest.
> [Non-text portions of this message have been
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