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Old 05-08-2010, 10:03 PM
 
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Mr. Bates and everyone else,

Thanks for the replies. I will search for the book that was recommended. There is a photo gallery in Natchez that I am hoping would be interested in displaying the model.

And thanks for the explanation about the fenders. That would explain why they were not attached at the bottom on the model. I guess my great grandfather knew that they were supposed to swing and built them that way on the model on purpose.

Lance
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