NASG Dispatch Volume 09, Number 1, Winter 1986 Articles

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President's Message

Page:
2
Author:
Ed Loizeaux
Category:
Freight Cars - Tank Cars
Description:

A behind-the-scenes description of the people involved in creating the NASG's brass tank car project.

Support Your Local Manufacturer!

Page:
2
Author:
Tony Perles
Category:
Model Railroad Manufacturers
Description:

This editorial comments on how Charlie Sandersfeld of Omnicon Scale Models can't go out on a limb by himself having brass engines built without the support of S-scale modelers in the US.

Short & Easy

Page:
6
Author:
Kent Singer
Category:
Scenery
Description:

Make a garbage can from the top of a pencil. Includes diagrams and a model photo.

Reviewer's Workbench

Page:
7
Author:
Tony Perles
Category:
Product Review
Description:

A product review of the Overland Models 0-8-0.

Kitbashing Scale Cars from Toy Bodies

Page:
8
Author:
Dick Karnes
Category:
Freight Cars - Flat Cars
Description:

How to convert an A.C. Gilbert American Flyer flat car into a "scale" model. Includes drawings showing how to modify the body, and includes a parts list.

The American Flyer Enthusiast

Page:
11
Author:
Tom Nimelli
Category:
American Flyer
Description:

The author covers the new products that Lionel is making available under the "American Flyer" brand name. He also covers American Models' new products, and the restart of the Rex product line.

Details, Details, Details

Page:
12
Author:
Lewis Renning, Jr.
Category:
Scenery
Description:

How to model highways, on-ramps, local airports, modern office buildings, all large items that require some selective compression.

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