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I see a bashed Mogul in my future...
Steve Bennett wrote:What that would be I'm not sure, I think you considered Hn18 before which would probably be more fitting and would show a seperation from Gn15 in terms of size. You could start a whole new trend, it wasnt that long ago that Gn15 started in that way.
Halfinch · 1:24 Scale Modeling with Hal Finch
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Halfinch is a forum for sharing information about Halfinch Scale (1:24) modeling. Halfinch is a popular scale for modeling vehicles and dollhouse structures, furniture, details, etc. Some 1:24 figures are available.
In model railroading, Halfinch is the last unspoiled scale/gauge combination where twofoot gauge is exactly 1", 30" gauge is 1.25", 36" gauge is 1.5" and standard gauge is 2.354".
O gauge track is perfect for 30" gauge (Hn30) and HO track is very close to 15" gauge (Gn15) and N gauge track can represent 7.25/7.5 gauge. (G7?)
If you have an interest in Halfinch scale models, share your knowledge with us or learn from some very knowledgeable modelers.
ZONIE wrote:I think there is plenty of room within this group for the type of modeling as represented by Steve Bennett and Tom Yorke.
Andrew Milner wrote:Steve, I'm sure everyone appreciates that you are merely trying to get the best exposure for Tom (and the rest of us ) in what is a limited market.
– but I was under the impression that Gn15 was more a question of having fun and getting things done, rather than counting rivets.
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