Done in a Day: Easy Detailing and Weathering Projects for Your Model Railroad
Readers will get more than a dozen easy weathering and detailing projects that add realism to rolling stock and locomotives. Well-illustrated, easy-to-follow instructions make this book suitable for beginning model railroaders. It promises a variety of projects readers can finish in an afternoon.
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Turn a shiny new boxcar into
A completely legal
Weather a tank car to leave no doubt
A rusted roof is the key
An easy flatcar pipe load made
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