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working on this not sure what it will end up as yet. 3/8' to 1' scale 10' + 33'












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siding is redwood cut on table saw framing is fireplace matches had some old ones about 1/2 size of new ones

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Hey Charles,..........you better check weapons in at the door!!!

looking good tho,  3/8s scale, would that be around 1:32 to 1:29?

1/2" is 1:24,

my stuff is 1:20 to 1:18......about 5/8" to the Inch I think?

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well i started with 3/8 to 1' had thought of on ho track for n20" but not sure was thinking of maybe just using "g" track not sure. searching for cheap rail and make my own. will try to finish car first this size is easier on old eyes. have som trucks off cheap new bright plastic car was looking at cutting it up to narrow them to 36".

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got them at a hobby shop i was checking out they were 50 cents each about 6' in 3/8


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