Freight Car Projects and Ideas Modeling tips & Techniques useful in any scale
Freight Car Projects and Ideas Modeling tips & Techniques useful in any scale
Freight Car Projects and Ideas Modeling tips & Techniques useful in any scale
Freight Car Projects and Ideas Modeling tips & Techniques useful in any scale
Freight Car Projects and Ideas Modeling tips & Techniques useful in any scale
Freight Car Projects and Ideas Modeling tips & Techniques useful in any scale
Freight Car Projects and Ideas Modeling tips & Techniques useful in any scale
Freight Car Projects and Ideas Modeling tips & Techniques useful in any scale
Freight Car Projects and Ideas Modeling tips & Techniques useful in any scale
Freight Car Projects and Ideas Modeling tips & Techniques useful in any scale

Freight Car Projects and Ideas Modeling tips & Techniques useful in any scale

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Freight Car Projects and Ideas Modeling tips & Techniques useful in any scale
 
Freight Car Projects and Ideas   Modeling tips & Techniques useful in any scale From the pages of Model Railraoder magazine
Soft Cover
80 pages
Copyright 1997
CONTENTS
Preface
1. ABCs of Freight Car Tune-Up, by Andy Sperandeo5
2. Upgrade Your Freight Car Fleet, by John Nehrich8
3. Capturing Prototype Data for Car Modeling, by Jim Mansfield12
4. Easy Renumbering for Printed Cars and Locomotives,14   by Rudolf Slovacek
5. Simplified Lettering for Burlington Northern Freight Cars,16 by Dave Bontrager
6. Painting Freight Car Trucks, by Harold Russell19
7. Weathering Freight Cars, by Seth Puffer23
8. Wreck-Damaged Cars, by Jory S. Tetzlaff26
9. Freight Car Graffiti, by Lou Sassi29
10. Paint a Pair of Freight Cars, by Jeff Wilson30
11. Invisible Weights for Open Freight Cars, by Charlie Barker32
12. Making the Tyco Gondola Look Better, by Cyril Durrenberger35
13. Upgrading a Con-Cor HO Scale 52-foot Mill Gondola,39 by Bill Darnaby
14. Build an HO Scale AT&SF Work Flat, by Stephen Priest43
15. Lumber Loads from the 1940s and '50s, by Noel T. Holley45
16. Christmas Trees Make Great Pulpwood Loads, by Charles Goodrich48
17. Early Coil Steel Cars, by Jim Hediger49
18. South Shore and IHB Coil Steel Cars, by David Jiskra53
19. Modeling a Shippers' Car Line 4,000-gallon Tank Car in HO Scale,55 by Allan Mende
20. Upgrading HO Hopper Car Kits, by William Hanley60
21. Economical Coal Loads, by David A. Bontrager63
22. Maine Central Covered Hoppers, by Allan N. Houghton65
23. Detailing Santa Fe Steel Cabooses, by Andy Sperandeo68
24. Modern Windows for an Old Caboose, by Alan F. Mende77
Suppliers and Manufacturers80
ON THE BACK COVER
Freight Car Projects and Ideas
Assemble your own detailed model freight car fleet in any scale or gauge using the tips and techniques included in this collection of articles. Beginners and experts will be equally inspired by the easy-to-follow projects and useful ideas that show you how to:
Improve performance
Upgrade dated models
Detail several different car types
Add realistic freight loads
Paint, decal, and weather
Details do make the difference!


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