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Re: PC: GP-38 modeling...
- Subject: Re: PC: GP-38 modeling...
- From: Gregg Benedict <benedict@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 05 Jan 1999 11:25:41 -0600
Actually, Jerry, you are the only one who actually answered my
question. It seems that so many people go off on a tangent when it
comes to modeling questions.
As I said before, it is quite obvious that this is not a "standard"
GP-38. However, the box it came in states it as such. I refuse to
paint the model in anything other than PC. Therefore, I am going to
"bash the brass". I already deemed that the stacks were too high and
removed them all. I plan on adding new stacks, dynamic brake blisters
and fan to the model. I thought about keeping the model non-dynamic,
but found that modeling the built out windshield would create too much
"strange" work. I would have to build extra roof overhangs out front.
Anyway, the purpose for these non-dynamic units was not exactly clear.
Were they used as switchers or were they used for transfer work? All of
the above? I think I would rather have a road service unit so I think
the bash is the way to go. Thanks for the
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