Fifteen Days Til Summer!

  And after Atlanta, Georgia experiencing thirteen (13) days in a row of 90+ degree temperatures, we finally expecting some mid to low 80 degree temps AND some potentially heavy rains all thanks to a Tropical Depression  forming along the east coast of Mexico--Good Grief!
  You may remember this time last year when we shared the news about Grandt Link Products planning to close their doors pending a sale of the business. Finally, the announcement was made that the San Juan Car Co had purchased Grandt Line and since that has spent the time moving the entire operation to Colorado. In my previous career I was a Master Mold Maker & Tool Maker so I did have a foggy clue how intense this move was going take both in time and resources.
  The Model Railroad Hobbyists magazine has created a Youtube Video of their "June 2019 WHATS NEAT MRH Mag" where at the 24:53 minute mark of the 30 minute video you will find the interview of Doug and John and their plans for the conglomeration of hobby businesses that they have compiled. 
  You may be aware that we use the MailChimp feature to send you this Newsletter to which you have subscribed. You should be able to scroll down to the bottom of this Newsletter and using your email you may wish to "update" your DEBENLLC Newsletter Subscription. And this is also a good time to update contact information AND your main modeling scale. Eventually, we hope to make Newsletters "Scale Specific" in order to make the Newsletter more relevant to your modeling interests. Thanks for completing this update!
  Finally, the "Limited Availability" of the HO & O scale Logging Camp & Cook House kits have finally ended. The good News is that the Portable Camp House kits and the Cook House kits are still available individually in both HO and O scale!

Doctor Ben’s Scale Consortium Product Flyer 2019

  Something new we are offering in 2019 is the opportunity for Customers to both download and print the 2019 Product Flyer in both pdf & jpg format and/or include the Flyer in an online order. Heck, for that matter, why not have us mail you a copy mailed to you for just the cost of USPS Large Envelope postage. Options!  Options!  Options!

  Of course, you can print out this DBSC Product Flyer on your own printer and here's how.

  JPG & PDF format: For those of you who are familiar with and comfortable working with Adobe pdf, then this is an easy task for you. Click on the link at the end of this topic to open and then print and or save the pdf version of the 2019 Product Flyer. Open Flyer in pdf-CLICK HERE!

Doctor Ben's Scale Consortium Weathering Solution Set #3
  This #1182 Weathering Solution Setincludes: Realistic Rust (#1150), Instant Age (#1152), Weathered Rust (#1154), & Muddy River Bottom (#1160) all of which are Ready-To-Use Weathering Solutions (4oz jar) for Wood, Plastic, Hydrocal©, Metal & Much More. And, our Doctor Ben's How-To #1 Instruction booklets is included as well (a $3.99 value!).
  Using this Doctor Ben's Product: We sincerely believe that this is the most realistic topical application that you will ever find-guaranteed! 
 Realistic Rust is more like the rust that you would see metal-on-metal like that sliding steel door scraping on the steel surface or bracing of a boxcar or metal shed—and then dampened by the morning dew slowly etching away at the metal surface; 
 Instant Age is ideal for that dark full coverage and thinning Doctor Ben's Instant Age by 50% or more will flow into cracks and crevasses creating the illusion of shadows and depth; 
 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; & 
 Muddy River Bottom is that brownish-greenish muck often found at the bottom of a stagnant river bed or stream and somehow makes it way onto buildings, auto and equipment.. All of these Doctor Ben's products are is intensely strong but easily thinned with Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol to reduce its preferred intensity. More Here!

"The St. Matthew's School House" Kit HO/1:87

by Scale Model Masterpieces formerly Thomas A. Yorke Enterprises

Footprint: 2-1/2" wide x 4-1/2' long. Small in stature; huge in detail
The prototype for this structure was one of the hundreds of photographs done for the Farm Security Administration by Walker Evans. The photo for this particular inspiration was about 1936 somewhere in Alabama. This structure is a complete freestanding structure that may be used alone or combined with other period structures.... Continued Here!


Something New & Save $$$ Too!

Steel/Wood Tool Shed /Pump House /Storage Shed Set

Steel/Wood Tool Shed /Pump House /Storage Shed Set

HO  Scale

California Freight & Details Co. Detail Parts for Model Railroading & Scale Modeling are 'unfinished, often, unassembled' LABSTONE kits that typically require stain & some assembly.

Steel/Wood Tool Shed /Pump House /Storage Shed Set

N Scale

California Freight & Details Co. Detail Parts for Model Railroading & Scale Modeling are 'unfinished, often, unassembled' LABSTONE kits that typically require stain & some assembly.


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