Here are some items I picked up at the Amherst show. Sylvan knocked my socks off with there late 1940's offering of vehicles.
The model they had on display.
What I bought from Claire, with his help to get things right for my 1949 era railroad.
These were a great addition for me. Sorry about the blurry picture.
I bought all four, so now I can have a Nash auto dealer with his new cars arriving.
And guess what they arrive on a new auto hauler. This is a great addition, and he showed me another model he is working on for this era. I did not buy the ice cream truck, but in retrospect, I wish I had...next year?
I wanted a sleeper to pull one of there trailers, so with Claire's help, I went with this combination.
I also picked up some cast resin building seconds. Sorry, I don't remember the booth name, but they were right across from the Woodland Scenics clinic area. All the buildings had issues, to say the least, but I picked up all three for $4.00.
This building will have to fit in to the end of a block of buildings since one side is blank. It is so small, I am not sure what to do with it, any suggestions? I also will have to figure out how to treat the top edge of the walls, again, suggestions welcome.
Both of the log cabins actually look a little out of scale, with the doors being 8' tall, and most log cabins, back in the day, were lucky to have 6' doors. I am cutting the bottom log off the buildings, which will make the windows a little low, but compromises must be made.
Both are full of air bubbles that I am filling, at least most of them. The chimney is so bad on this one I just broke if off, and will print a new one.