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adm_nelson commented on 1:32 - Frauen /Woman by noetigenfalls
November 23, 2016
1:32 - Frauen /Woman
adm_nelson Can this be done in 1/87 scale?
1.6mm (1/16") PIPE CONNECTOR ASSORTMENT
adm_nelson I have just started using these joints. They fit the 1/16" styrene rod perfectly. Some of the pictures of the joints on a recent model are shown above. Can't recommend these high enough.
1:87 c.1950 Bracket Transformer 20ea V2 W/Ins
adm_nelson Love these transformers and insulators. The different sizes will allow a nice variation on my telephone poles. The detail is great. Thanks.
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