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 Posted: Fri Jan 25th, 2019 04:12 pm
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We all know that our hobby opens avenues to other interests. 
Gn15, being 1/24 scale for me, lets me incorporate another interest, model vehicles.
 
Some of my early models are too new for my 1935 era layout,
but I now concentrate on cars and trucks from the 1920s and early 1930s. 
Here are a few of my models. 

Thanks for looking, Dave L.


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 Posted: Fri Jan 25th, 2019 04:53 pm
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Fish Head layout #2 that never was finished. 
It was two by eight feet and made to come apart in the middle. 
I lost that beautiful layout room when my son moved back in with us. 

Thanks for looking, Dave L.


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One day I came across my Athearn Hustler from many decades ago and wondered what it would look like as a Gn15 critter. 
I picked up another at a train show and this is what happened. 

Thanks for looking, Dave L.


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Here is my total loco roaster at this time. 
I have a few projects in mind, and another loco on permanent loan to a friend. 

Regards, Dave L.


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My loco on permanent loan to my friend Jon. 

Regards, Dave L.


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Ken, I checkrd out their site.
Great photos there.

Thanks, Dave L.



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My models are built or kitbashed from kits or diecast metal banks.
Paint and/or dullcoat can make a toy look pretty good.
I could post some photos if there is any interest.

Regards, Dave L.


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Here is one of those awful banks repainted, ready for the layout. Thanks for looking. Dave L.

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Here is one of those banks painted and ready for the layout.  Thanks for looking.  Dave L.

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A truck bank painted.  Regards, Dave L.

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