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Pete Harvey

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Pete Harvey last won the day on May 26 2010

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  1. Yes I'm still doing them please check my website? For those interested, I shall be adding the 7mm HR 08 to my 7mm range in 2020 and will be produced in cast resin and will utilize a lot of parts from the Dapol model for the detail. More info on that to follow after release.
  2. I have just added two 7mm buffer stop kit to my website. PH7BS2: Plate built buffer stop £20.00 + £2.50 p+p PH7BS1: Rail built buffer stop £17.50p + £2.50p p+p (Bullhead Rail)
  3. Having know Colin as a friend and as customer also having operated the original Newhaven Harbour with him on several occasions I was sad to hear of his passing. He will be greatly missed by those who knew him. Pete
  4. Glad you like it Brian. Should be sometime this year but no price or release date as of yet. Once something is ready I will post more on my PHDesigns area.
  5. Mek will not effect the resin, but the best thing to do and use is to go to B&Q and buy some paint stripper and use that to remove the paint.
  6. For those interested I have started work on a conversion design for the Dapol class 08. It's still early days in the design and the media it will be produced in has not been decided yet. Once I get further into the design I will post some CAD renders. Pete
  7. How did you cut the parts out from the sheet without any damage? Very nice work
  8. Jake You do realize that BATUS is the Royal Army's training camp based in Canada and not in a desert and the green and sand camo is used because BATUS is situated on the great planes of Canada where there is a mixture of dry grass and green grass hence the colours used.
  9. Well any wagon and locos from 1960's / 70's & 80's you could use some of the wagon ones on some of the more modern engines as they use a standard type iron.
  10. Hello All I have just added a fret of three types of 4mm Loco & Wagon Lamp Irons to my range. You will get 24 of each type of lamp iron and there is a folding jig for each type on the border of the fret.
  11. That looks just like the Hornby 4mm one? Clarification please Mr Daniels?
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