Gazette 65% Off Sale & More!

  WOW! There's a lot of stuff going on for us as we try to catch up on orders & casting stuff. On top of all that our noon weather person stated that Atlanta has had 17 ninety-plus temperature days in a row and already 58 ninety-plus degree days this year--the average is 38 ninety-plus degree days for the year. 
  Down in this Newsletter you will find the posting for a pair of "Brian's Boxcar" model railroad store signs that lit up the darkened sky for a number of years in Largo, Florida and went dark when she closed the store in 1993 and we moved to Eastern Tennessee. We had planned on displaying them one day, but it's been 26 years and it's about time to share these magnificent signs with someone who will love them as well.
  Also, I mention about the 6-week injections that I have been receiving in the right eye (12-weeks for the left eye) for the past 24 months is stable but no where near it needs to be which is a main consideration for selling our businesses. The treatments have not totally cleared up in both eyes, but the Doctor is still very hopeful that the condition will remain stable until the FDA has approved stem cell trials that have the potential to reverse the condition even more ... fingers crossed!

  Lots of new Visitors like the look of our New Website!  We still need to do a lot more editing to Product Descriptions and that will come over time. But lots of visitors have complimented on the improved navigating and all the new visual improvements. And be sure to look for the "Questionnaire" at the bottom Checkout Payment page where you are able to Make Comments and tell us your modeling scales. This is very helpful for us to send a "scale specific" product list and sometimes OOPS! packets with you order!
  There's been even more interests in our Business for For Sale especially since we shared in last weeks Newsletter that we've added now almost 90 images of the equipment, tooling, material and such that are included in the purchases. There were a couple of folks who first contacted us when we first made the sale announcement and promised that they would be contacted when the images we available. If anyone If I've missed anyone please give us a call at 770-666-8100 or email at [email protected] Thank you for your business and please read on all we have going on in this Newsletter.
Ashpit & Details Kit for Enginehouse/Roundhouse 
Scale Model Masterpieces HO, N & Sn

Kit includes: 3" x 3-1/2" x 1/2"tall-LabStone Casting, timber risers, (3) ash barrels, boxes, metal support bar, & NBWs...   Instructions to Assemble & Weather this Kit  Seriously, this is NOT rocket  science-it's just some minor assembly and weathering! Measure & remove the track  ties that would be across the pit and then cut & glue (CA) the five (5) metal  support bars as shown and then cement the NBWs

... Scale Model Masterpieces DETAIL PARTS are composed of UNFINISHED/UNASSEMBLED Color-Cast resin parts and Assembly & Finish are Required. Assembly using most plastic cements and painting may be completed by hand or an air...

Gazette Magazine-65% Off & Free Media Mail Shipping!
  That's right, this is a Sale of all remaining NG&SL Gazette magazine Individual Issues AND Annual Sets on our website. The only limits are a Minimum $25 spend and Free Postage is Domestic USA Contiguous 48 States.
  Also, if two people purchase the last copy/set of any listing, the person who pays first gets the magazine & the other person gets a refund. Quantities are limited as is the time for this promotion! Remember; Spend Minimum $25 AND Use the 
CODE: gaz65. Maximum 2 uses and this offer ends Midnight EDST Saturday August 26, 2019
Here is the direct link: NG&SL Gazette Magazines

HO & O Scale Logging Camp Cook/Portable Cabin Houses Kit!

 Well, it was some time ago when we announced the long awaited HO & O Scale Logging Camp Set and immediately O Scale Reservations came pouring in. We're not sure whether it was the anxious anticipation of this set never being made available but, it's time for a good thing to end to make room for the Cook House Kit.
  We have had tons of requests in both scale for just the Cook House or just the Portable Cabins and upcoming Tool Shed and a Saw Sharpening Shed as well! We may have forgotten to mention about the last two kits to this set. OOPS!

HO Scale Set Foot Prints: Each 1-1/2” x 3” (2 Cabins) & 5-1/2” x  10”
O Scale Set Foot Prints: Each 2-1/2” x 5-1/4” (2 Cabins) & 5-1/2” x  10” 

   This Cook & Portable Cabin House Set includes one Cook House and two Camp House kits. Both Cabin Houses have windows in the front walls and the rear walls instead of the original side walls and the windowless front and rear walls.

  Included in kit ... A ton of Details: (4pcs) Fire Wood #9064, (6pcs-3 open/3 closed) Wooden Barrels #9043, Wood Boxes (4pcs) #9045, Wood boxes (4pcs) #9050, hay bales #9220 (3pcs) continued here ... 
Not Since 1982! May be you last chance to Save!

8-Color Railroad Weathering Pigment Set & Booklet #3 5 Stars!
Doctor Ben's Scale Consortium

Doctor Ben's 8-COLOR Railroad Weathering Pack... About This Item... About This Item... One (1) 8-COLOR Pigment Set (Savings of $$$ over individual purchase PLUS How-To Booklet #3 FREE!) {SEE Right}}}}... These Doctor Ben's Products are:... User friendly, Sticks to all materials-metal to plastic, all surfaces... Read On   Part Number: DBZ1313
Outdoor Backlit Signs for Hobby Shop, Man Cave, Barn, Restaurant, Retail, etc-Lightbox Not Included
  Outdoor Backlit Signs for Hobby Shop, Restaurant, Retail, etc-Lightboxes Not Included Each Sign is 120 inches long x 36 inches tall x 2 inches wide and Weighs 50lbs(approx) Leaves & Grass NOT Included Local Pickup ONLY! Will Sell Separately $375.00 each
Part Number: BriBox0001 Availability: In Stock.

Doctor Ben's Weathering Solution Spotlight: Realistic Rust #1150 Ready-To-Use 
Weathering Solution for Wood, Plastic, Hydrocal
©, Metal & Much More-4oz Jar & 8oz, too!

  When I first began building Fine Scale Miniatures kits  (manufactured by George Sellios) many years ago, the part that I enjoyed the most was the weathering. Nothing irked me more than to build a model in a brand new, pristine condition. I began looking for something more that what the FSM instructions offered. Don't get me wrong, I owe a great deal of what I learned about building models from building early Thomas A. Yorke kits, Model Masterpieces kits, Builders in Scale kits, Timberline kits; heck, there's even a thing or two to learn from building the Campbell kits.

In my quest for the ultimate weathering process I remember that I found a four-step, four bottle product back in the 1980s that stated it came from the guy's driveway and I tried this for a while. I then I tried the 'Steel wool & vinegar rust' process. This I really liked, but the thought of the rusting processing continuing even after the application scared me. I tried flushing with water, but this washed the finer Doctor Ben's 8-Color Solution Set #2particles away, and I still was not sure that the rusting process had been stopped. I even tried sealing the finish with a dull coat—too labor intensive. And then one day I literally fell over an idea as I was helping my brother install some custom cabinets on a commercial job site.

The long story short is that although my formula has changed over the years, AND, a lot of folks have tried real hard to copy my Doctor BeHow To #1 Bookletn's products, but they still haven't come close. Several even posed as 'friends' to get the formulas. Today, you can buy various weathering powders (NOTE: some are just ground artists chalk and/or tempra finger paint powders), and there are folks are offering stuff used to tint wet concrete (yes, really!), but nobody—nope nobody— has a weathering solution OR an industrial weathering pigment that will perform anything like the Doctor Ben's products do.

And for the record, these are the very same Weathering Stains & Solutions that I have demonstrated in the many Clinics and Model Shows and used to finish the plethora of Fine Scale Miniatures (FSM), Master Creations, Sequoia Models, Downtown Deco, Thomas Yorke, Scale Structures Ltd, Evergreen Hill Designs, Model Masterpieces Ltd, South River Model Works, and many other kits (including quite a bit of Athearn rolling stock) Doctor Ben's How To Booklet #1over the years that have been recognized as award winning, museum quality models.

Using this Doctor Ben's Product: Weathered Rust differs from Realistic Rust in that it is more like the rust that you would see on old farm equipment sitting out in the field—dampened by the morning dew slowly etching away at the metal surface. This product is a topical application that does not affect the surface integrity of the model. This product has built in adhesive polymers that enable it to stick to any surface. Get too much on and want to remove it? Not a problem, read on about all the great uses in our How To #1 booklet and in our website Blog.. You will not be disappointed.

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