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Corrugated Iron Sheet Roofing - 1:48 & 1:87
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Good ideas, all.

I bought a Branline kit for a Quonset hut,
but it comes with a large single piece of corrugated plastic
(they said Evergreen but wouldn't give me the part #).

I haven't started on the kit as I can't find any way to curve it consistently
(with the 'grain' at right angles to the ground)
without any structure underneath it.

Making my own out of something else has a lot of merits.

Frankly, if I knew the kit was two resin ends and the rest I had to scratch build,
I would never have bought the kit!




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