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 Posted: Sat Jul 20th, 2019 02:56 pm
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Beautiful little lokies. Very nice.
Maybe you need several more to keep up with the traffic?

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Bob,

I am curious as to what you use to paint your engines.


I've used Grimy Black, Engine Black and Flat Black over the years,

but I really like what you are using.


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Initial coat of rattle can flat black, Model Masters.
 
I then apply artists acrylic white diluted with water by brush,
and wipe off/dab off with paper towel to achieve mottled grayish color. 
I do a little at a time. 

Then I apply raw and burnt sienna artists acrylic with small brush,
to add rusty highlights and streaks. 

Really quite easy and quick. 

When done I spray with Dullcote.




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Thanks.

The results are great!

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Can you tell us about that Model T in the background?

Is it a kit or a die-cast?

Thanks.

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Diecast 1925 Model T by Sun Star.

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They are nice models.

I have a few Sun Stars to put on the Fish Head layout someday.

Thanks for the photo.

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Yep, that's a fine T. Just a little bit smaller, the Solido (?)
1:32 Model T's are very nice also.
And even better, Diecast Direct sometimes has a "2 for 1" Model T sale...
last time I looked that was $10...$5 each!
Can't have too many Model T's anyway.

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I love Ts, too.

I need 1/24 and they are more expensive.


Motor Max, Sun Star make a nice variety of Ts,

but at $30-$50 each, they are too dear for me right now.


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The two new engines are now operating.

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