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    Brassmasters do a couple of very good 6 wheel coach chassis.I've got one sat under a Great Western family saloon.Andy

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    Eoin - that would be great, especially with the distinctive MGWR footstep brackets.

    Andy - do you have details of the brassmasters ones?
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    Check their website the chassis is a universal one with a choice of 2 types of w irons throughly recommended,Andy.

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    Thanks, Andy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by murrayec View Post

    I'm looking at doing a chassis for 6 wheelers for myself but can do them for others- it's slightly on the bench but hopefully will have something to show!!

    Eoin
    If so, that (at the Irish standard scale 30ft) would be a boon. A MGWR body kit would be an asset; GSWR examples exist in the form of Worsley "scratch-aid" kits.

    Has anyone ever seen one of these made up?
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    Hi jhb

    I have a Worsley 'First Second Centre Lav' kit, it looks the business, I'll be making it up very soon as my own chassis will be made to take this body as I work things out....

    The Brassmasters 6 wheel chassis look interesting

    Eoin
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhb171achill View Post
    Eoin - that would be great, especially with the distinctive MGWR footstep brackets.
    jhb

    Are there any photos you know of showing the brackets?

    Eoin
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    Ill have a look, Eoin.
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    Just out of interest what was the shade of green used on the coaches and is there a car colour spray can with the colour in it or near enough, if not in a spray can what paint is recommended for this?

    Colin

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