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    Icon7 N scale circus wagons from Randgust

    Some of you may have seen these kits and wagons at the 2018 Altoona show, but I sold out all I had pretty quickly.

    Now with fall molding season back on me, I'll make it official. I have resin calliope wagon, small cage wagon, and the baggage wagon available for order.

    http://www.randgust.com/prod05.htm
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    Is the calliope and cage smooth sided or do they have raised relief details under the decals?

    I have a circus train affinity.... small collection growing.
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    Raised relief under there. I tried painting them, total failure, tried a decal and total success.

    The decals are laser-printed waterslide that I made. Laser-printed don't have the problem with color separation when wet.
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    Baggage wagon looks like it would be right at home stuffed full of borax behind a 20 mule team, too!
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