Circus Air Calliope Wagon c.1920 Kit
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What a great garden railroad! The wagon kit should print at G scale. The largest part is the side that would be a little over 5 inches at G scale, The assembled wagon in the photo is half inch scale, 1:24, just a tad smaller than true G.Probably would look OK on your train. If you scale the .stl parts as downloaded 2.07 or 2.08 you should be right on.
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How did I miss this, what an awesome job! I live not too far from the Circus World Museum in Baraboo, WI.
What would you think I might scale it at to get G scale size of about 1:23?
I have a video that shows my dad's circus train at about 1:13 minutes to get an idea how I'd like to use it.
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I paint my models mostly before assembly using acrylics.
I use an acetone/ABS slurry as my primary glue, but it is less effective over painted parts where Super Glue comes into play. The graphics can be printed on decal paper, but I find using white glue to paste on designs printed on plain paper perfectly acceptable.
Download some air calliope music to your smart phone play list and you will have a very good circus music box!
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