Weathered Ho Scale Website

Discussion in 'HO Scale Model Trains' started by rdivizio, Jan 8, 2004.

  1. rdivizio

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  2. belg

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    That's some real nice work, and the website is progressing as well did you create it yourself?
    Pat
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    You're the guy who is realizing big bucks for your items on Ebay! Your work is beautiful and well worth the price some folks are paying. I haven't seen better weathering.

    Hope to pick up a few of them.

    DOG
  4. rdivizio

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    Well hello guys,

    Thanks for the nice words, both of you.

    Yes, I designed the website myself, and am still tweaking
    some things.

    My EBAY cars do great!

    I always try to give quality with the cars I post.

    I like to UPGRADE cars as well if possible.
    COUPLERS, WHEELS, ETC.

    I just felt that there needed to be a place where model railroaders could go and see weathered cars and be inspired, since I have not really seen any online.

    Thanks again.

    MAKE SURE YOU CHECK OUT MY GALLERY AND WHAT"S NEXT
    AREA'S FOR THE LATEST.

    RICH
    http://home.comcast.net/~rdivizio/trains/
  5. Mastiffdog

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    Rich,

    There are a couple of sellers on Ebay that regularly sell some nice weathered cars. I have bought a few from JWD, and although his cars are very nicely done, yours do look better.

    I like JWD cars and if some pop up on Ebay, I try to buy them and would continue to. Your cars bring 2-3 times the price of his cars but are worth it in my opinion.

    How about some pre-1940 cars? I would love to buy some from you from that era!

    DOG
  6. rdivizio

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    Here is my latest car.

    MOUNTAIN PINE LUMBER LTD 50' BOX CAR
    ATLAS READY TO RUN- HO Scale - model 1775-1
    MOUNTAIN PINE LUMBER LTD - 100 - 50' EVANS DPD Box Car BLT 09 - 83
    Complete with Scale #58 Kadee Couplers
    and 33" Intermountain Brass Wheels.


    I HAVE MORE PICS OF THIS CAR IN THE GALLERY ON MY SITE.

    http://home.comcast.net/~rdivizio/trains/index.htm

    Rich

    rdivizio

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    :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: Fantastic! :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
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    Those are the best weathered cars i have ever seen. How much do you sell them for? I am definately inspired:thumb:
  12. Mastiffdog

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    Oh geez, did you have to ask? Loook out beloooow!!!!!!!!!!!


    Mellow- are you there?

    DOG