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 Posted: Wed Feb 27th, 2008 10:01 pm
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Thanks so much for the information on how you made the windows and doors Frank. While mine on the Silo looked acceptable, yours looks great! I will be using this information shortly when I begin constructing my country house.

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...........but you still haven't told me how you tackled the edging of the canopy valance.


C'mon Frank - spill the beans. :? :wink: :D


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Perry wrote:...........but you still haven't told me how you tackled the edging of the canopy valance.


C'mon Frank - spill the beans. :? :wink: :D


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Sorry Perry, I wasn't ignoring you, just so many people asking questions yours fell down some where.
The valance is not home made, it is a Slaters Plasticard product and is available from any good model shop.
Hope that helps.

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:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

....and I built the one on my goods shed from individual vertical slats. :evil: :evil:

I must have a closer look at Slater's product range!

Cheers Frank. :D

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Perry, first rule of model making, read up on the parts avaiable first. :D :D Think you said something like that in your goods shed as i recall :D :D
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Frank,
Great thread,mate.Some invaluable tips there.I love the idea of the building foundations lifting out of the platform.
Keep up the good work!!!
Cheers,John.B.

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