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Selected Reprints from old Club Newsletters.

bullet January 2006, Volume XXX. No.1. Parts from Classic Hudson Locomotive Build Realistic Stationary Steam Engine.

bulletJanuary 2004, Volume XXVIII, No.1.
   
Blake Huffam's 1947 Ford 8N Tractor with 3 point hitch. WWII Era Willys Jeep from Anton Calleia

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bulletOctober 2002, Volume XXVI, No.4, New Junior Erector sets.

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bulletJanuary 2002, Volume XXVI, No. 1 Link Belt Truck Crane by Blake Huffam

bulletApril 2000, Volume XXIV, No.2 Millennium Set Crane
bulletApril 1997, Volume XXI, No.2 Primus Truck built by Caeliann Coffman
bulletOctober 1996, Volume XX, No. 4 Heisler Locomotive Picture, built by Keith Cameron
bulletOctober 1996, Volume XX, No. 4 Marklin Unveils Another Theme Set
bulletOctober 1996, Volume XX, No. 4 A Peek inside Phil Edwards' Caterpillar 235
bulletJuly 1996, Volume XX, No.3 Building Scale Models in Meccano
bulletJuly 1996, Volume XX, No.3 Building a Model Seen Only in a Catalog (was there a No.12 Erector in 1929 ?)

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The SCM&EC Newsletter.
Anton Calleia, Editor.
The Newsletter, published in January, April, July and October, is the primary communications medium for the Club. Its purpose is to spread information which is useful to collectors, model builders and historians of metal construction systems. Also, it serves as a forum for the expression of opinion and the exchange of ideas about the hobby.
All Club members are encouraged to contribute articles, letters and photographs. Articles of a controversial nature (being otherwise inoffensive) are published with the understanding that the opinions expressed therein are strictly those of the authors and do not reflect the views of the editor or the general membership of the Club. Care is taken to avoid inaccuracies but the Club cannot be held responsible for misrepresentation of facts in articles or advertisements. All members are entitled to free advertising in "The Trading Corner". Back issues of the Newsletter may be purchased at $4.50 each from Joel Perlin .


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