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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
Fairmont M14Speeder car with a wood body in Sn42 Scale (S Scale Narrow Gauge, running on HO Scale (42" in S) track.
Print has 3D printed wheels and axles, but they can be cut and removed to be replaced with white metal wheels and metal axles if preferred. This is designed to be a non-operable scenic piece, so the wheels being a little rough and not rolling easily may be a non-issue.
Other than that, the only supplies beyond paint/glue required is some wood or styene strip to make the lifting/turning handles down both sides. I decided that having these as a separate wood part would likely look better than a 3D printed bar, and allows some room for customization by the purchaser in terms of the look/length of these. I recommend priming the body with Tamiya Fine Primer (from a rattle can) after gently washing the parts in lukewarm water with a bit of mild soap to remove any support material remaining from Shapeways.