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For many years I have studied my collection of 19th century model suppliers catalogues and have wondered at the enormous variety of ready machined scale model parts which were available to the enthusiastic amateur model engineer.

Almost all of the commercial models I have owned over the past 50 years or so have been built by the manufacturer and with some exceptions can

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