grovenor-2685 wrote:I would suggest you have a look here first http://www.norgrove.me.uk/masokit3.htm
An alternative would be the Bradwell chassis:
I can't claim to have built one though. It's still on my to-do shelf.
Would you say that the fret you bought was the same one that I showed in my link, though?
or so I thought as i must have half of it left, but its not in the usual place and everything else is hard to get at at present. But I am 99% sure that's the one.I can probably check the packet when I get home.
The Bachmann one has much deeper grooves between the planksI couldn't tell the difference between it and the Bachman one.
craig_whilding wrote:Its a lot of work sticking an Airfix body on a Bradwell chassis if you want an accurate body by the way.
Captain Kernow wrote:craig_whilding wrote:Its a lot of work sticking an Airfix body on a Bradwell chassis if you want an accurate body by the way.
How much work would you say is involved in your estimation, Craig? The Bradwell etch sorts out the flush glazing issue at least.
mlgilbert30 wrote:Tim, Craig
Isn't the Airfix ducket too high (or low, can't remember which it is) as well?
Hardwick wrote:Has anyone just tried popping some new wheels in the Hornby one? I had a look at it at DEMU Showcase. It looked very nice and there was enough clearance for P4 on first inspection.
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