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Are there any Quonset Hut kits?

May 23 2002 at 2:32 PM
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These buildings were once very very common. When I was a kid in the 1950s they were found all over, leftovers from the war years.

I've seen one in a Walther's catalog, but it is in HO scale. That might work for 1/72, but I'm looking for something close to 1/35.

Maybe by using scale corrugated sheets one could scratch build a Quonset hut without too much effort. Does anybody know if any aftermarket accessory 1/35 corrugated pieces are available?

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corrugated sheets

May 23 2002, 9:19 PM 


IIRC, EVergreen and/or Plastruct make corrugated sheeting.

Greg Harting
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