Re: Westinghouse flat car load for sale-No image found

Brad Bower <bradley.bower@...>

There is no image attached to your email illustrating the samples you are talking about.


Brad Bower

On Jan 10, 2015, at 12:39 PM, 'Bill Lane' bill@... [STMFC] <STMFC@...> wrote:

I am offering the attached urethane casting for sale as a flat car or
gondola load. It was modeled after a large steel casting for steam
generating turbines. My Pop worked for Westinghouse Electric in Lester PA as
a steel pattern maker for large steam turbine castings. The Wabash flat car
hung on the wall in my room for many years. I think there was a blade
spindle in these castings.

The master pattern was 3D printed and cast by my urethane caster. They will
arrive + - as you see ready to use with no clean up needed. The items in the
photos are production samples.

I should have the production run within a month tops. They are cast in gray
as shown but you will likely want to paint them because there are usually
some minor color variations. In the urethane.

This is a onetime project. I am not stocking them for sale at a later date.

While I made them for S Scale they are really not scale specific. They are
2.37 long x .90 high x 1 .50 wide. You can scale convert from there.

I am selling them in sets of 3 castings for $40.00 + $3.00 shipping, or 4
castings for $50.00 + $3.00 for shipping via USPS without insurance or

I would much prefer to ship to the US only but email me if you are outside
of the US and really want them. I will see what I can do.

Payment in full is due upon placing the order.

Send payment to:

Bill Lane

305 Dubois Ave

West Deptford NJ 08096

Please send me an email to confirm your order. Any questions please reply

Thank You,
Bill Lane

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