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    Default Main Street Mercantile Build

    Here is my latest build. I really do like DPM models. This one came with the 4 walls and roof already assembled. The painting on this one was very unique. I tried some different techniques with the paint and details. Barber pole is hand wrapped, main light is a glass bead to replace the plastic details. Anyway, I pretty pleased with the results.
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    Looks good Olie, Well done!
    My build thread: http://www.nscale.net/forums/showthr...t-do-you-think


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    Great looking building Olie.

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    You should be pleased, very nice work. Like the details you've added.
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    DPM Kits are great to work with and you have done a top job on yours!
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    Olie, excellent job. Agree with all that DPM kits are fun to work with and the small detail parts, signage, etc. really set them off. I have a total of 23 DPM kits in various stages from complete to still in the bag. Trying to make them fit on my layout space will be a challenge! I may have to just use the fronts on some of them (or cut them in half) and have them along the backdrop.

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    For those interested and like the DPM Kits (now owned by WS) DPM still makes N Scale Kits under the Lunde Studios name:

    http://www.lundestudios.com/nscale.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by wombat457 View Post
    For those interested and like the DPM Kits (now owned by WS) DPM still makes N Scale Kits under the Lunde Studios name:

    http://www.lundestudios.com/nscale.htm
    Those Lunde Studios kits look amazing. I wish I had a layout big enough for their buildings. I can only image.....

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    Darn It! Why did you have to show those new Lunde Studios kits. There goes the holiday train budget!
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    Can't forget Custom Model Railroads
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicago Rail View Post
    Yeah I really like the looks of the bus terminal but it’s BIG.
    Shall I build it ? It's in my stash , and I don't need it yet ( not even close to needing it for my layout ) , but I do love the looks of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Janbouli View Post
    Shall I build it ? It's in my stash , and I don't need it yet ( not even close to needing it for my layout ) , but I do love the looks of it.
    Silly question,,, of course you should, we all like your build threads I’m sure at least, I do.

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