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 Posted: Sun May 24th, 2009 02:10 pm
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Here is a manufacturer of street and road details, supplying military modeling scales as well as model railroad scales. Check out the brick and cobblestone streets in flexible vinyl sheets.

http://www.kancali.com

 



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http://www.jeffreyspikemodels.com/

I've met Mike and seen his completed kits. Very detailed which should appeal to O scale modelers who prefer a "southwestern" theme.



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Hi Guys,
Check out Clever Models, too! These are card stock models, available in O to N scale, with an On30 DVD containing critters and rolling stock. There's an amazing amount of stuff on the DVD,s and you can print as many copies as you want. The structures are built up in layers and come pre-weathered. The website is http://www.clevermodels.net

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Some pretty cool On30 along with HO/HOn3 locos and shorty rollingstock at Cache Creek Models. Nice guy with some different kits. http://www.loggingcars.com

 

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Shameless self promotion aside, If you run out of time to build kits you might want to try:

http://www.finetrains.com/

Yeah, that's me. Sorry about that.

PS - Valley Model Trains is a great source too.




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