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Help, Tips and Ideas. You may be a novice, you may be an experienced model maker; but if you are looking for advice and help on anything at all, this is the place to ask. It doesn’t matter if you think it is a daft and trivial questions, please don’t be afraid to ask! Likewise, if you have a particular way of producing scale nuts and bolts, getting timber to size, silver soldering or bending metal to shape etc, then get your idea in here. Each and everyone of us are never to old to learn something new! ~~ jraah ~~

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Old 17th May 2017, 07:56 PM
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Below are images of the jump seat from two different pages of Collin's stagecoach. Has old age finally caught up with my abilities to read plans or are these completly different builds?




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After looking at it more I am guessing that the first pic is drawn from the vehicle with full sized measurements. The second pic is how to make it in scale size.
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as I look at it it just the other way around. Fixing the stand to the floor seems in the detail drawing more professional - apart from that the cushion is wider so must be more comfortable for space.
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