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Mels Drive-In full size dimensions
Topic Started: Jan 20 2014, 04:48 AM (490 Views)
Mercman
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Okay guys I took the time to measure this one out, using my HO scale ruler. the dimensions are written in next the parts are full size, so you will have to do the math to scale them to what you want.

For some reason the link to the page wouldn't work so I posted the pics lower in the thread.
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I build models because GOD allows me to and because I can't afford the real thing!!
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ronr
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Oops, Page not found. :o
RON ROYSTON
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Mercman
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Okay lets do this instead.

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Here is another method for those who wish to construct part or all of this famous drive-in or any HO structure. The drive-in is HO or 1/87 scale and the end result wanted is 1/25. Take your model parts to a graphic arts biz that has a photocopier capable of enlarging to 350% of original size and use the paper printouts as templates. (According to my PICKETT Proportional Scale)
Cheers Eh!
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itsonlyakit,Jan 28 2014
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Here is another method for those who wish to construct part or all of this famous drive-in or any HO structure. The drive-in is HO or 1/87 scale and the end result wanted is 1/25. Take your model parts to a graphic arts biz that has a photocopier capable of enlarging to 350% of original size and use the paper printouts as templates. (According to my PICKETT Proportional Scale)
Cheers Eh!

:))) Good to know. Probably allot easier than doing the math.
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