Kit-bashing Projects

Kit-bashing is the process of building a scale model by taking parts/pieces out of various commercial kits and developing a prototype model that differs from the original kit. These pieces may be added to a custom project or to another kit.  Commercial model kits are a ready source of "detailing", providing any number of identical, mass-produced components that can be used to add fine detail to an existing model.  

H21D


H25

X-45

X51E

Lehigh Valley Covered Hopper


High-Wide Load

H10 7320 and tender with 2E-F13 trucks

H10 7688 with stoker and 80P81a tender

H10 7555 with stoker and 80P81a tender

PC70BR

H33

NX23

X29 Scale Car

X46A

High-Wide Load

H10 7320 and tender with 2E-F13 trucks

H10 7688 with stoker and 80P81a tender