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Robert W Martel added a new photoalbum.
1 | 11. May, 04:13
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Robert W Martel When I figure the best deals on resin supplies I'll get back to it. I really wanted to get it going!
10. June, 04:36
Sergej I Robert, scratch the container sides from pla-plate and the cushion from putty. Both very cheap and available solutions.
I would really like to see this build
10. June, 07:29
Chaz Gordon Interesting Subject, think I've seen this in another company's range too. Love to see the unusual subjects, I have a Traction engine and thomas flyabout in my stash, and the Bucket wheel excavator and a San Francisco Cable car on my wish list.
10. June, 08:08
Robert W Martel An idea Sergei !
Chaz, This kit was originally manufactured by Marx Toy Co in 1956. I have also seen another, but cant recall the name.
Right now there is another kit just like this one up on eBay for $44.99. I only paid $60 for this kit so compared to the $169 Amazon wants for the newest [white] kit, that still wouldn't be bad. Hopefully I might get lucky and get it reasonable, then I'd have the complete kit,,,,,,,,, ooooh and maybe I could make a 6 horse team! wouldn't that be cool!
11. June, 19:35
Sergej I Hateful Eight comes to mind :D
11. June, 22:42
Robert W Martel AH yes !!! indeed it does. LOL
14. June, 03:49
wilky So I received my Artesania Latina 1/10 Concord Stage Coach.
It's bigger than I thought it would be.
It's not going to be easy to build but I should be able to cope.
It's not the latest one with the luggage.
It's a 1986 kit.
It was the cheapest on eBay but still cost over 270AUD.
I did a thorough check of all the components and have already discovered items that the instructions claim are prefabricated but aren't, so I'm going to have to scratch them and some items that are going to take some effort to make from the supplied wood/metal
I'm putting the build on my YouTube channel Tinman's scale models
27. June, 03:43
Robert W Martel Ok I'll check it out. I think the AL kit may be better than the Model Trailways kit??? that was 1/12. I just got another Lindberg kit w/ no missing parts!!! So as soon as I finish the Fairlane & B-47 I'll get started on it. Cant wait! the B-47 is pretty poor.
I just spent the past week dog sitting @ my daughters house, so I'm falling behind [again!]. lol
9. July, 04:28
wilky added a new photoalbum.
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Project: Stage fright
1:10 The Concord Stage Coach 1848 (Artesania Latina )
1 | 29. June, 01:11
wilky So the instructions show the sides just sat upside down on a flat surface to glue the floor in.
Gravity wasn't going to let it happen that way.
I decided to clamp the roof panel to the sides.
Lay the Coach body on it's side and place a small amount of glue at the apex of the curve and then patiently wait for it to dry.
The next day it applied glue to the sides of the floor panel, sit the Coach body upright and clamped both ends carefully at the same time.
I had to go to the hardware store to buy the big clamps and these 450mm ones were four dollars cheaper each than the 300mm ones that would have done the job
29. June, 01:21
Tom ... I'm curious, wilky. In Bughunters thread you said this kit is not laser cut. Is it die cut then? How do the edges look?
29. June, 16:32
wilky Yes, I believe it's die cut.
Okay on one side but you have to tidy up the other side with a bit of sanding
29. June, 16:46
gorbygould Nice to see something a bit different Wilky. I've never seen this kit before, it looks like it might be a bit of a challenging build.
30. June, 16:24
wilky So had a major disaster.
When trying to attach the long piece of plywood in step four the weight I was using to clamp the bottom in place shifted and broke everything.
One side snapped in four places breaking it in half and the other side snapped in two places.
I've had to glue supports to keep them straight.
Glue stays at the top so the correct gaps will be maintained and inbetween the sides in order to maintain the 104mm gap required for the ends of the Coach body.
Once the long piece of plywood is glued onto the body I'll remove the stays.
The glue marks from the ones inside the Coach should be hidden by the seats.
I've carefully glued some sawdust into the cracks on the inside of the Coach sides to reduce their visibility.
The outside will get a veneer of Walnut strips so they will be successfully hidden
6. July, 00:07
wilky So step four is finally finished and step five has begun
9. July, 01:50
Ben M Holy cow
9. July, 02:30
wilky Hi Ben, thanks for joining the adventure
9. July, 03:40
wilky added a new project.
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1:10 The Concord Stage Coach 1848 (Artesania Latina )
 
27. June, 15:04
Robert W Martel added a new project.
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1:16 Wells Fargo Overland Stagecoach (Lindberg 351)
 
11. May, 04:04
Robert W Martel I like the older issues because they were molded in colors. The newest release is all molded in white. That should save me quite a bit of time in painting.
11. May, 04:16
Robert W Martel added a new project.
1:16 Wells Fargo Overland Stagecoach (Lindberg 351)
 
8. April, 02:34
Phil Marchese
Box top gone!
9. July 2014, 21:58
Phil Marchese Deleted 1:67 scale. The scale is atleast in area of 1:43 and is perhaps as large as 1:32.
16. October 2019, 23:50
Mike van der Haar added a new project.
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1:35 Horse Drawn Breda 20/65 mod.35 (Italeri 6464)
 
7. September 2019, 00:35
Ray Shatte added a new project.
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1:35 Medical Horse-Drawn Wagon (ESCI 5014)
 
15. August 2019, 23:38
Larry E Added a new review for:
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9. April 2019, 16:59
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18. February 2019, 00:29
Jeff Ryan added a new project.
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1:35 Horse Drawn Supply Wagon (ESCI 5010)1:35 German Uniform Badges WWII (3) (Andrea Miniatures AT-019)
 
7. January 2019, 04:04
tjt
how much for this kit to bought ?
12. July 2018, 01:37
bughunter added a new project.
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1:10 Stage Coach (Amati 1711/01)
 
27. May 2018, 17:16
Jerry Branca added a new project.
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1:35 Farmers Cart (Master Box MB3537)1:35 FERDINAND (Dragon 6495)1:35 Ticket Home (Master Box MB3552)
 
6. January 2018, 19:36
Edd Sew
Dose anyone know when this kit came out with the black Budweiser logo on the front of the box wit ERTL in blue?
1. May 2017, 16:21
John Sasso Added a new review for:
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9. December 2016, 23:06
Ruslan Sudakov added a new project.
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1:30 Dilizanss (Straume ?)
 
7. October 2016, 06:53
Moritz Fentzahn
Quite big. Detailed but subsequent works are necessary
15. August 2016, 18:11
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14. June 2016, 08:50
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12. June 2016, 19:43
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11. January 2015, 20:34
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15. October 2014, 16:12
Phil Marchese
I will check my instruction sheets. I believe these were sold separately and this then is a set. I donated mine to a local model museum at Steamtown Mall a block from Steamtown National Park.
28. February 2014, 23:03
Phil Marchese H-202 is the highest number of three indivdual kits: H-200 thru 202 sold separately ( common boxtop ) @ 98 cents. I ll correct and add the two others this coming week.
1. March 2014, 18:39
Larry E Added a new review for:
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19. October 2013, 16:18
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12. April 2013, 11:56
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