Genesis pre-weathered...

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jbaakko

Diesel Detail Freak
That weather job doesn't really do it for me...

Nah.....
As I reviewed, the weathering is just Dull cote & a quick dusting, can easily be done at home. On the plus side, the car actually cost me $2 less then an un-weathered one on the shelf at that LHS.
 

Myowngod

Pennsy Tuscan Red Blood
As I reviewed, the weathering is just Dull cote & a quick dusting, can easily be done at home. On the plus side, the car actually cost me $2 less then an un-weathered one on the shelf at that LHS.
Great buy then. You can always add weathering or it could actually be a newer boxcar out of the shop.;) Imagine that?:eek:
 




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