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Re: PC: PC modelers/more than 2 genus types

Now,now. Fight nice.

Ed Portzline
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---- "Craig E. Hatter" <ns4610 -AT- bluegrass.net> wrote:
> I would classify those types as the haves and the have nots. The haves,into
> which I throw myself and individuals such as Mr. Rea,have the skill
> sets and
> knowledge base to accurately portray PC models. We WANT our models
> to be
> correct. It is our desire. The have nots on the other hand do not possess
> these skills,and by and large don't care to exert the effort or education
> needed to become a have. Why? Because they are not MODELING. They are
> playing with a train,whomever roads scheme is on the side.
>  I want to know if I should have a 2 strap or 3 strap signal box on
> my Kato
> SD45s. What numbers are correct for the low mounted brake cylinder
> trucks
> that came with the model? Why is the Atlas U33C PC logo incorrect?
>  This is
> modeling. Is this a biased opinion? Certainly. Do I look down my detail
> parts bent crooked nose and sneer at the have nots? Damn straight,because
> they come back with it's all for fun and it really doesn't matter.
> To THEM.
> This large majority continues to perpetuate bad models and out and
> out
> fabrications about paint and equipment. Monon NEVER owned Salmon and
> Gray
> E8s,but IHC sure did paint some and the cars to go with them. I tell
> these
> individuals over and over that the hobby shop has just the thing for
> them.
> It's in a big orange box. Makes noise and smokes too.

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