:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:Hear, hear, shaygetz, the EXACT reason I still use Code 100. With the number of older engines I've seemed to have gathered over the years(read old Mantua, etc.), Code 100 allows me to keep running these old engines............
Besides, Code 100 is a tad cheaper and still has the greatest supply of ALL types of oddball switches, etc.
An honest mistake...:thumbsup:right i said that the code was the track hieght, I have found at least with bachmann the 83 is a better grade than the 100 maybe the track i got as one is a brass color 83 and the 100 is silver who knows i might just have the two different types of 83 but i could have sworn the black was code 100.
I wish I could tell you...it came in a box full of battered HO buildings. I cobbled it together using bits from my junk box. It was missing a steeple top, the awning was added, not original and the fan in the window was carefully removed from an old Revell casting, used on their bakery. I liked its final look, having wanted to preach from a similar church for many years.shaygetz,
Nice work!!! What is the brand/model #/style church I see in the backround behind your
Let me know. Thanks a lot!