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farm house

June 5 2002 at 4:19 PM
Tony Perrotta  (no login)
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Hi all, Can anyone recommend where I can get a corner of a Bocage country farm house. Just the corner as I am not building a dio, just for the base for my model.

Thanks Tony Perrotta

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Rob Plas
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Not a direct answer, but this might be helpfull

June 5 2002, 11:39 PM 

At the link posted below you'll find pictures of some farms in the Bocage area. These might be helpfull when choosing a particular plaster or resin building. They also help you with colour references.


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Tony Perrotta
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June 7 2002, 4:35 AM 

Thanks Rob, Great pics. They gave me alot of ideas.


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Brian Tate
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Farm house corner.

June 9 2002, 5:22 PM 

G'day Tony,

A great Aussie company, Firestorm, at http://members.ozemail.com.au/%7Efirestorm1/ has just what you are looking for and more besides. Not only is their stuff top quality, but the prices are incredibly cheap. Check it out!

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Tony Perrotta
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June 10 2002, 4:18 PM 

Thanks Brian, I looked at the site looks like they have what I need.

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