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Hey everyone, I am in a posission where I may be able to mold N scale Humvees and HEMMTs in N scale here in the next few months.
Sold separately and pictured in the 1975 catalog are COX's M-47 Tank and Road Grader in Army green. Includes a NIB Middle East Ruined Building by Verlinden, six assembled military vehicles and smaller dozers and aircraft as shown.
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I got thinking thought, I know the only N scale Humvees and HEMMTs that are out there right now look like crap, and are avaible though a guy on ebay. The olf Burt Industries ones are the ones that are being sold on E-bay, and the look like crap. FEATURED here is the Item# 19-1549 by MODEL POWER N Scale Modern Truck Depot Plastic Model Kit (1549). I'm hoping my castings look better, and if they do, I will probably start to sell them, Unpainted and unassembled. I don't know how good the castings actually are, but the ones he is selling look like he painted it with his knuckles.

I have some M113s I got from someone over on the A boards, or Trainboard, can't remember.
To follow is the manufacturer's information and our added comments: MODEL POWER N Scale Modern Truck Depot Plastic Model Kit (1549) N KIT Modern Truck Depot.

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