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More about Our Kits.

Main Street Heritage Models building kits are cast in polyurethane resin. This type of material was new to most model railroaders a few years ago but is now much more widely used and available. It is easy to work with.

Assembly is easier than you may think, using ACC adhesives or 5 minute epoxy. Any type of paint can be used. We use Delta Ceramcoat vinyl paints. Resin parts must be primed with a solvent based primer.  We use Krylon "Ultra-Flat" primers..

An excellent article about assembling resin structure kits is in the April 2000 Railroad Model Craftsman on page 83. Another resin assembly article is on page 103 of the August 1998 Model Railroader.

Additional pictures of our kits can be seen in Model Railroader. Tony Koester used the Yard Office and River Road Surplus in Coal Fork. See page 77 of the October 1998 issue. The Weekly Record is pictured with a red and white striped awning on page 77 of the January 1999 issue. Billy's Place is pictured in the June 2000 issue on page 74. (It has the River Road Surplus sign.)

Main Street Heritage Models - P.O. Box 481 - Superior , AZ 85173
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