947Re: New Plan Booklet Available Soon
- Jul 13, 2004--- In Yorke_Kits@yahoogroups.com, "Ted McCormack"
> I have been overwhelmed by the excellent quality of the two kits
> yours that I have purchased and may be interested in the planlist, or
> Beyond your brief description of the features, can you be a little
> more specific as to what plans will be included? Perhaps a
> some examples, or a "table of contents" of the plans? Haveyou
> decided on binding? Spiral, so that it can lay flat on theSorry
> workbench? One staple in the corner would be just as good.
> to ask so many questions. Wish you a speedy recovery.Ted,
> Ted McCormack
> Richmond, VA
Sure. It will be as the first Volume was (which I might add is atill
available - again for $15) - loose leaf, but no holes punched.
This will allow the buyer to bind it as they wish. Loose leaf,
Contents - well, let's see.........Three funky steam locos,
freelance, but Shay/Climax-type with wooden frames and 4
wheels. Another steamer that is very different looking - and
prototype! Several flat cars of various styles, gondolas, two tank
cars, one 4 wheel, the other from Guatamala and 8 wheel, a
caboose, a tiny 4 wheel crew car, a critter, several "tool box" cars,
a baby snow plow, a water tank and a factory front elevation and
3/4 view. There's more, but I don't have it in front of me now. Lots
of drawings. A few only for Gn15 and a few only for On30/On3,
but most able to be used by any small narrow gauge. Just widen
the cars a little.
Does that interest you enough?
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