What did you buy lately , HONGZ

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finally got a couple of item I have long been looking to find at the right price. First a Marklin ho roundhouse section for $15 and next the popular Revell (AHM) two stall engine house!  Now if only I habe some ho space.... I know the old Minikits series is not so popular, I love em and the Marklin roundhouse section is just what I needed for my turntable! It’s a bit rough, but that’s perfect for me.

 

Dennis Holler If its old and broke, I like it

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Yes I will get that sent now that I finally got the wheels fixed, quartered and installed. Here is that video I tried to send you earlier. I think it’s pretty smooth so hopefully it will be as good as your Scale-craft Hudson.

 

Dennis Holler If its old and broke, I like it

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I was a kid into ho in the early 70’s so I know what you mean. I had the Arlee station, coal elevator, the sandhouse, the Atlas switchtower... lol I think all the common popular stuff but I used to lust after all the other AHM minikits at the local hobby shops. I love em!

Dennis Holler If its old and broke, I like it

The n gauges are getting cheaper all of the time. I am seeing more and more of them in local train shows. My son is into the n scale My grandson and I are into O and ho, Since I have been into them since the early fifties. Then the hos were expensive and rarer then. I saw one of the roundhouse sections Sunday at a local show.

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I spent $5 US at an open-air market here in Mexico and got these nine items. Some will go into my Underwater Kingdom: a new villain for Baron Barracuda's forces, and two recruits for the Mexican Navy. I also got items for my future Disney display and 2019 Christmas lay-out. Although I don't like Thomas the Tank Engine, the kids do--Thomas items are expensive in Mexico, so  I grab them when they're cheap for a future Sodor Island display.

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