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    Tom Ellifritt

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  1. What a great build (as usual)! How does one stay in the loop for the resin interiors. I'd prefer not to miss out on them.
  2. I got mine on eBay, a few at a time. The prices range from good to ridiculous. If you have patience, you'll eventually get all you need: https://www.ebay.com/itm/194092852008?hash=item2d30d5e328:g:7eUAAOSwVuRgdJzh https://www.ebay.com/itm/284276061721?hash=item42302c7619:g:fPkAAOSwDbJgWlqA Four is enough for most stations, although I have made eight for my '70s station. I scratchbuild a little at a time, as I feel like it. All the items in the picture are scratch. Good luck with your station, I hope this helps!
  3. Did the Bullitt Mustang have headers? I didn't know that.
  4. I got the grille, so I'll save the Mustang for a future trade. This particular offer, however, is closed.
  5. The Trailways bus would have to be 19 1/4 inches long to be 1/25. It's actually about 18 inches long. I have a Scenicruiser plastic bus about the same size as this Trailways bus. They don't look too bad with 1/25 scale surroundings, but they are a tad undersized, especially the width.
  6. I've been using that very glue for years now.
  7. Neat idea...You could also build a van truck if you wanted. Again, you have a neat idea, hope to see it built here.
  8. The purists must be comparing the 1971 style Mustang to the original Mustang. For the record, a 1971 Mustang was only 1.5 inches longer, 1 inch taller, and slightly narrower than a 1971 Camaro. I have never heard of the 1971 Camaro being called too large. Sounds like Ford got the size about right - for 1971, at least.
  9. My favorites are cars made from parts of other cars: I do need to work on my photography.
  10. Great thread. My sons have no interest in the hobby.
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