[WWI] Rivets

Douglas Anderson djandersonza at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 24 10:42:47 EDT 2007

Hey Diego
  If your hobby shop has parts for model boats, look there. Often they will have extremely thin veneer strips.

Diego Fernetti <dfernet0 at rosario.gov.ar> wrote:
> Its is not a bad idea to go into a well equipped model shop and look at 
> all the different model hobbies they stock.

Here models shops are rare, and the amount of aftermarket stuff is limited 
compared to well stocked hobby shops in the USA. Heck, we're even less 
sorted than hobby shops in Buenos Aires. They have 90% kits and paints. Just 
recently the aftermarket parts are appearing, and those mostly aimed at the 
tank modelers (diorama accesories). A few weeks ago I was talking to a 
railroader that has to detail his trains with whatever he could find and was 
visiting our "static" model club reunion just to find out more about what we 
were using to add details and weathering.

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