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    Hi,

    Now it's time for a derivative of the Vauxhall Chevette, namely the Bedford Chevanne. Commercial vehicle manufacturer Bedford was a subsidiary of Vauxhall, so it may not come as a surprise that Bedford came up with van based on the Chevette.

    We offer now two different kits of the Bedford Chevanne.

    N2314 - Bedford Chevanne with open rear hatch (1/160)





    N2814 - SET Bedford Chevanne with delivery man and package (1/160)





    Of course these models are also available in 1/148th scale for our British rail roaders.

    U2314 - Bedford Chevanne with open rear hatch (1/148)



    U2814 - SET Bedford Chevanne with delivery man and package (1/148)


    All models are unpainted and consist of two components for easy painting. Tips and build instruction can be viewed on the product page: https://railnscale.com/2018/08/09/bedford-chevanne/

    Meanwhile Shapeways came up with a redesign of their logo and slightly messed up their interface.
    You can still find us here: https://www.shapeways.com/shops/rail-n-scale
    Or shop for all miniatures here: https://www.shapeways.com/marketplac...li=marketplace

    Best regards,
    Maurice
    RAILNSCALE
    https://railnscale.com/

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    Wow - this has the shape and look of a Vega.

    Wolf

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    Yes, there are some design clues that are quite similar. Both brands were part of General Motors. Although the tastes of the American and European customers and the size of the cars were considerably different, GM managed to give their different cars a similar look.

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