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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasputen View Post
    Okay, there is Corgi Holmes Wrecker on that auction site that is a good candidate, but this is the day cab version, ie without a sleeper. So, @MystrJBL would you be happy with a day cab version?
    Just curious, how goes the Ford H cab project?

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    I made a couple of the kits up. They are so nice. I need to finish the others I’ve started and I need to order some more.
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    The models you have pictured are a little too modern for my layout. Do you have any before 1930? Looking for models in the 1920's and late teens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wentzeljr View Post
    The models you have pictured are a little too modern for my layout. Do you have any before 1930? Looking for models in the 1920's and late teens.
    Oldest he carries is 1938. Shapeways is probably your friend in this case. GHQ makes a few pre war stuff too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MystrJBL View Post
    Just curious, how goes the Ford H cab project?
    Sorry I somehow missed your question. I've had some distortion problems with this, so it is still not done to my satisfaction. Now that the humidity is low again, I can continue working on this one. I noticed that most of the upper part of the cab is the same as the more common C cab, that Athearn makes. It is really only the lower part of the cab that is unique.

    Regarding vehicles from the 1910's and 20's, I cannot make models that have thin fenders or free standing details. I would have to fill in any open space which defeats the purpose. Even some of the mid 30's vehicles are difficult to reproduce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MystrJBL View Post
    Oldest he carries is 1938. Shapeways is probably your friend in this case. GHQ makes a few pre war stuff too.
    Thanks for the info. I have most of GHQ's from that period. Just hoping someone else may have some more. Will check out Shapeways. Thanks Again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasputen View Post
    Sorry I somehow missed your question. I've had some distortion problems with this, so it is still not done to my satisfaction. Now that the humidity is low again, I can continue working on this one. I noticed that most of the upper part of the cab is the same as the more common C cab, that Athearn makes. It is really only the lower part of the cab that is unique.
    Take your time. I'm not in a huge rush. lol

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    These are amazing! Do you still have a complete pricelist/photos in a single document please, or is this thread essentially the catalog? Would definitely like to order some please.

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    @Taymar, my .pdf listing is larger than the 1.0 Mbyte limit for attached files on nScale.net. Send me a PM with your email address and I'll be happy to forward it to you.

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    I have some additional vehicles / parts available.
    First is a 1940's fuel truck body ($3.00 each). This is designed to fit the 1941-47 Ford and Chevrolet long wheelbase cab/chassis:


    Also available is a dump bed ($3.00 each). This is more of a generic part based on a customer's request.
    The bed bottom is a scale 14 ft. 3 inches long:


    Also available is a 1946 Chevrolet 4 door sedan:



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    ...also available is a 1946-47 Ford 4 door sedan:




    ... a 1948 Chrysler 4 door sedan:




    a 1949 Oldsmobile Town Sedan:



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    ...plus a 1955 Cadillac:




    and lastly, a 2000-04 Ford Focus 4 door sedan:



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    I would love a Bigfoot 1 Monster Truck. It's a 1974 Ford F-250.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasputen View Post
    :O You have a focus! I need a Focus! It's my Wife's car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gatrhumpy View Post
    I would love a Bigfoot 1 Monster Truck. It's a 1974 Ford F-250.
    that would be a fairly easy kitbash. Atlas f100 body with with wheels from a Wiking Agricultural trailer.

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    Very nice work. Would love to see a 1966 Dodge Coronet and a modern era Dodge Ram also maybe a modern ambulance. Thanks for these great products hope to pick up a few very soon.

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    Default Micron Art is out of business

    I had placed an order with them last year that never fulfilled. I have searched the internet looking for their Model T's and that awesome TT stakebed truck. I have bought a 1913 Delivery van and the 1904 Olds. IF anybody has a Micron Art Model T I will gladly buy it. DM me.

    So many Fords....I think GHQ is the only company producing a 1930's Chevy. By the mid 30's Chevy was selling as many cars as Ford.

    Hey Brian....I would love to see some pre WW2 Chevys, like a 2 dr Master deluxe. Prior to 1933 the chevy headlights were on a bracket that looks impossible to do in resin. 1933 Chevys and Fords both had 3 and 5 window coupes, but the front of the Ford was raked, the Chevy was more verticle. Chevy Master Deluxe sedans had the flat back, and the boxy rear trunk.

    Fine N scale makes some great Fords, 39 & 36 coupes, 34 pick up, 39 2 dr and 4 dr. Brian has a 38" Plymouth and a 36 Ford 4 dr. Someone on Shapeways sells a 1915 style Model T, but they dont remorely look as good as the Micron Art Model T's.

    Oh yeah it looks like the guy running Detail Associates has retired. I have 4 of his Model As which are not as good as the GHQ. I have a good selection of tht DA smoke stacks, air tanks, compressors and steam domes.

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