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    1:18 Scale Train Sets

    Anyone know of any sets, (40s or earlier style, steam would be best) that come in approximate 1:18 scale?

    I might just customize one or two if I get time, one in XMAS style and one armored WWII.

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    Tolan
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    A working train set will in 1:18 will be costly

    Rail transport modelling scales - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The biggest die cast trains that I have seen in the past 10 years reach 75 dollars and arent larger than 1/32 scale.

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    G scale varies in size, sometimes 1/20.8, usually 1/25 and also sometimes like 1/28. 1/20.8 is close enough, and 1/25 for most trains would be doable since they are fairly large.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wild weasel tank buster View Post
    G scale varies in size, sometimes 1/20.8, usually 1/25 and also sometimes like 1/28. 1/20.8 is close enough, and 1/25 for most trains would be doable since they are fairly large.
    I saw a pretty good one done with playmobil as well, but would have to wait for a deal on one.

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