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Anyone know where I can find a horse in 1.48

June 16 2009 at 4:51 AM

Paul van Acker  (Login Paulwoodyvanacker)
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I was hoping to do a dio with a horse drawn cart with ammo etc.
Hard to find anything in Australia, but will buy form overseas if anyone knows of somewhere.
Many thanks all, Paul..

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Phillip Young
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Try These

June 16 2009, 6:44 AM 

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Geoffrey Baines
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Re: Anyone know where I can find a horse in 1.48

June 16 2009, 7:43 AM 

Preiser do a set of three to European "0" gauge (1/43), ref no. 65323, but I don't think they'll be suitable as draught animals. Try doing a search for railway suppliers, U.S. "0" gauge is 1/48. Pegasus Hobbies did a set of "Mission Animals" though I'm not sure there are horses included, possably only donkeys or mules.

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Jim Spellmire
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Check out Breyer Mini Whinnies

June 16 2009, 5:52 PM 

The firm Breyer makes model/toy horses, and their Mini Whinnies line is close to 1/48 scale. Some of these may be usable if you are willing to put some time and effort in.

Jim Spellmire

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david nickels
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For what its worth... I am a Breyer dealer

June 22 2009, 8:52 PM 

And have some of the Mini Whinnies in stock. They do come pre painted but I have/had some sets that were sold unpainted as a craft kit. Most also come as some sort of set wtih accessories, etc.

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