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 Posted: Sun Apr 7th, 2019 09:46 am
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Nothing in the Scalescenes range, Sol?



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Looks smart Ron  The superquick range is very good value for money and with a bit of weathering look really smart.

On your marabost platform are those seats the metcalfe card ones they sell now with the GWR baseframe?


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Briperran wrote:

On your marabost platform are those seats the metcalfe card ones they sell now with the GWR baseframe?


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No Brian, i forget where I got them from...



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MaxSouthOz wrote: Nothing in the Scalescenes range, Sol?

There is Max but  while it is good, as my current Canon printer does not print to full page ( it has a bottom default margin of 16.7mm ), anything that requires full page printing - that is with just a 5mm margin, it gets reduced in size. And after Gordon Curtis's efforts with Superquick, I thought I would give that try even with some embellishments like I did with a Metcalfe station building  http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=14344&forum_id=15



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I'll look forward to it, Sol.  :cool:



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