New Detail Parts!

I will have new HO and O Scale castings available soon. You will be able to see them here:

Here are a few of the new one's...



  • Incredible detail. Love seeing the hobby evolve like this, with SierraWest Scale Models leading the way!
  • Awesome stuff !! Love the trash cans, lids and gas cans especially... oh, and the valves on the gas bottles, damn, they're all awesome, cant wait to work on some of them.
    Stepping it up once again !!
  • Love those stacked cans, Brett!
  • Outstanding! Can't wait to see the HO offerings.
  • Thanks all, I am super excited about these.

    Tom - HO Scale parts look identical to these. I mean identical. No decrease in detail.
  • I would expect no less! Can't wait to be able to order them!
  • Handles on the oil cans means I don't have to drill them in. Awesome. The bottom edge on the upside down trashcan catches my eye also.
  • edited May 2021
    Yes Bryan, but, did you notice the handle on the upside down trashcan is also hanging upside down, ( I actually just noticed myself )... now THAT is attention to detail and why Brett is the best.
  • Gas cans are my favorite. Love how they paint up.
  • Emery and I are working together on these new parts. He is an extremely talented CAD artist and has been unbelievable in capturing all of the specific details. Lots more to come!
  • Nice work Brett!

  • These look fantastic, can't wait to start painting.
  • Thank you gentlemen... Emery and I are currently working on some parts I would never have been able to spin in metal or pour in urethane. We have been having a blast working together creating all these new little SW children!
  • Great team and so excited about the future of the material and products coming from SierraWest Scale Models
  • It has been really fun watching the computer 3D models come to life on Bretts printer.
    Amazing what can actually come out of that printer.
  • Emery is correct, it really is amazing!

    On printer #2 today, HO Scale gas bottles. LOTS of them

  • Holy cow!! that's a lot of printing!! Looks fantastic!
    You must have bought a 3D machine with a large printing plate.
  • Can't wait to get one of those with the valve to detail!...You're a good man Emery, you and Brett are killing it here.