My interest in Ford Model Ts goes beyond 1:24 scale. I have collected them in 1:32 for quite a while. National Motor Museum offers a vast collection of models of many makes and eras, all in 1:32. Check National Motor Museum on eBay for hundreds of models. They might be useful for anyone working in 1:35. Here my 1:24 Motor Max (left) sits besides one of those 1:32 models. Thanks for looking. Regards, Dave L.
While I had the stuff out for the Gn15 tender project I crossed another "to do" from the list. This Studebaker truck needed a bed and I cut one. I'll paint it and glue it in the truck. A lot of little jobs often only take a few minutes; it's the getting to them that takes so long. Regards, Dave L.
Another little job I wanted to get to and finally did was the painting with flat black of the bright , oversize, chrome rear bumper brackets on the Ford Tudors. I did remove the parts to paint them, but it was a simple job. The rear bumper is held with one screw and the bumper and bracket slipped out for painting after removing the screw. The whole job took only a few minutes. Again, watching paint dry was the hard part. Regards, Dave L.