I thought the F&C gon was a flat kit (or kits, they come 2 in a
package). Maybe this is a newer version of the same kit. The
original ones didn't have any detail on the interiors of the side. I
think this would be a better approach than using the Bowser kit and
Stan Rydarowicz's resin ends (unless you already own the Bowser kit).
--- In STMFC@yahoogroups.com, "Andy Miller" <aslmmiller@...> wrote:
wheel on the "modern" side (The Bowser is correct for very early cars
before the standardization of safety appliances). The cost is
comparable to the Bowser kit and the detail can be much better.