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

X45

X51E

Lehigh Valley Covered Hopper

PC70BR

H33

NX23

X29 Scale car

X46A

High Wide Load

High Wide Load

H10 7320 and tender with 2E-F13 trucks

H10 7320 and tender with 2E-F13 trucks

H10 7688 with stoker and 80P81a tender

H10 7688 with stoker and 80P81a tender

H10 7555 with stoker and 80P81a tender