Re: Suitable kits for SP B-50-38 or B-50-41?
Kurt Laughlin <fleeta@...>
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From: Anthony Thompson
That's fine, Kurt, but not my point: I was talking aboutSure, that what I figured.
. . . if I want to represent a 50-foot SP car in Beaver Falls, PA, a
No argument, just keep in mind that these three cars are NOTYup, that's what I'm doing. I would not use the same kit to make an A-50-17, B-50-36, and B-50-41 any more than I would consider the Proto2000 Greenville GB a suitable kit for every 52-6 GB ever made.
Okay, I understand your criterion--weird as it seems; whySimply because I had to draw the line somewhere. Like I said, I could've researched each type - for 30-odd roads and private owners - bought more books, posted more messages, scrutinized more photos, and grouped and sorted things by any number of factors, but in the end I doubt I would've come up with a significantly different roster, nor enjoyed the process any more. There's only so much hobby time and budget that researching - vice building and operating - warrants.