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Traffic cones

July 1 2012 at 3:52 AM
Jamie Haggo  (Login FlyingHaggis)
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Does anyone know of where I could some 1:35 modern traffic cones?



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Vinnie Branigan
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July 1 2012, 8:09 AM 

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Chris Weeks
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some other options (in resin)

July 1 2012, 9:18 AM 

There are some resin traffic cones out there as well, though they may be harder to find:

- MIG Productions MP35-101 Modern City Set Vol. 2 has four
- MIG Productions MP35-277 has 12
- Pro-Art Models PAU-35011 Modern Oil/Chemical Drums and Cannisters Set has five

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Jason Bobrowich
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Traffic Cone Source

July 2 2012, 5:36 PM 

If you want realistic looking traffic cones with a minimal effort try looking at plastic HO scale traffic cones for model railroads. They are injection molded hollow in orange and they look like the real thing without even painting them. A quick oil wash and some dust and they are perfect for any modern setting.

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Andrew Deeley
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Accurate Armour

July 3 2012, 6:24 AM 

I think Accurate Armour made a set of traffic cones.

Which country do you want them for. I think different contries usa slightly different styles, but I could be way wrong.


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Christophe Jacquemont
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Also Firing Line (white metal). -NT.

August 27 2012, 11:46 PM 


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