Modeling the SP narrow gauge-a roundup

Brian Norden
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Re: Modeling the SP narrow gauge-a roundup

Post by Brian Norden » Thu Sep 20, 2012 6:08 pm

I actually think Trout Creek Engineering (Cliff Mestel) acquired Classic Miniatures some years ago.

I quickly grabbed the May-June 2006 issue of NG&SL Gazette and Cliff Mestel's advertisement in that issue was under the name of "Tru-Scale Models, Inc." but listing the website The product lines listed were:
  • BK Enterprises
    Trout Creek Engineering
    Classic Minatures
    Tru-Scale Models
Cliff has been working at expanding the line(s).

Brian Norden
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John Coker
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Re: Modeling the SP narrow gauge-a roundup

Post by John Coker » Sat Sep 22, 2012 6:53 pm

Perhaps saying Clif "recently acquired" was a technically incorrect. I should have said he had "recently released" these kits. Clif is running a one-man-show and though he has several product lines he turns out what he can. Sorry about not being more precise.

Ron Grau
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Re: Modeling the SP narrow gauge-a roundup

Post by Ron Grau » Mon May 06, 2013 9:41 am

We have another SP narrow gauge kit which can be added to the list.
Hartford Products has released a model of the 28 foot boxcar in large scale; 1:20.3.
In addition, Hartford has released Thielsen trucks in the 10 ton and 20 ton variations.

Ron Grau

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