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During last week's wet and boring Sunday, I was looking for a small model to make and decided to print off Scalescenes Garage.  This was an easy and enjoyable kit to put together.  Recommended.  Just requires some patches of oil, some garage bric-a-brac and some cars to complete.  I downloaded the model in cream brick and it is shown 'as it comes'  No extra weathering has been added, as yet.  Here's the result...




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Looks cracking mate

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Nice one Terry.:thumbs

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It looks very good, Terry.  :thumbs

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I did one of those a few months back, but made it up as a 2 bay building



I still need to find some 1930s petrol pumps  though, currently mine is only doing breakdowns and repairs!

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:thumbs Terry- a good job.

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Great looking model Terry. :thumbs:thumbs

Even without any additional weathering, it really looks the part.  I'll bet it's strong :roll:

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Thank you chaps.  All credit must go to John Wiffen of Scalescenes who designed the kit.

Peter, as with all of John's kits, it is quite sturdy.

Mike, looks good. :thumbs

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I've just started on mine, but decided to enlarge it. I intend to double the length and add an extra bay to the side as a showroom. The building will be "L" shaped and I'd like to put a paint booth behind the showroom extension. It's a Classic Car sales and restoration 'shop. I'll use bass wood for the trusses I think, just for a bit of extra strength. Great kit.

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Great job you've done there Terry as always. I don't think it would need much weathering. It looks fine as it is but I am looking forward to see what you do in terms of detailing.

Another great build.

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Thanks Toto, very kind. All credit to John Wiffen.

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:hmm don't think so a Terry.

You can lead a horse to water and all that. The ability has to be there.

As I said ....... Great job.

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:oops::oops::oops:

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Being 8 hours behind I am, as usual , somewhat late........nevertheless let me echo the compliments.....nice job Terry:thumbs

You are absolutely correct ......a Scalescenes kit can be the perect antidote to a wet week end!

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Thank you John.

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