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Andrew Reid


3D modeler, Designer, Product designer, Maker
N-scale Model Railroader, former Professional Graphic Designer and amateur 3D Designer.

We're proud to announce the newest commissioned product to leave the workshop -
2 new trailer designs, each with 2 possible configurations. Check them out, and don't hesitate to reach out if you'd like some custom models.
Thanks for looking! 25-Ton Fixed Gooseneck Float - Towing
The last of tonights uploads....NINE versions of THREE trailers uploaded today. Check them out! - 30-Foot Gooseneck Equipment Float - Towing
Check out this cool new product! This is the first in a series of similar models I've been working on over the holidays. - Grain Vac - Closed-Parked - BP
Check out this cool new product! ... this one is a result of a customer request - 12-Foot Broadcast Spreader - Parked
36-foot Gooseneck Livestock Trailer
JunctionDesign @cbest Hello! Thanks for your interest! This style of trailer would hook up to a ball mounted in the bed of the truck, which would be very small in N-scale. My plan was to set it in the bed in such a way that it appeared to be hitched up, but without modeling the very small (and therefore, very fragile) gooseneck ball. If you have any more questions, I'd be more than happy to help you out!


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