Before using decals (especially old decals), I apply liquid decal film. It prevents disintegrating/splinters/tears.…Decals are from Microscale. They were a bit difficult to handle. They may be older stock as they had some splintering when wet…
Yeah, I bought them last week from Microscale on line. I will get some of that fluid for next time!Before using decals (especially old decals), I apply liquid decal film. It prevents disintegrating/splinters/tears.
I apply to new or old decals anymore. Great stuff.
Nice job on the locomotive!
I'm a PRR and Reading man, and I have a ton of Reading boxcars, so I'd probably do some PRR ones. Of course, I have a ton of other road names, so I might do something else. I have a few C&O and N&W locomotives, so those are also candidates.John, What road names are you thinking?
Well, I don't get any Super-Chuffer back once they're installed, occasionally someone cooks one wiring it wrong.Project Friday, just mid process of slapping in a superchuffer into this brand new (NOS) K-line 2-6-6T tank engine. Now enjoying idle smoke and also since the fan is no longer directly driven by the chuff line from the cruise board, hoping it will last. Thanks @gunrunnerjohn for making such a great product.
Also, drilled out the smoke funnel slightly and the air intake port while I had it open.