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some may, it could be hit and miss though :-\. Best to try it out if you can, or ask Jez, he has both sets made up i think?. The fujima set goes well with 1:32 in places and most of the tools memebrs use here are 1:35 i believe :-\

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1/35 are as close as you'll get obviously. 1/24 just depends on what you intend to use. As goes for the Fujimi stes, the shelves, bench and things like that, axle stands, jacks etc all look big but you have to think in the real world they come in all different shapes and sizes so they can be worked into 1/32 with relative ease. The hand tools though, that's a bit awkward.

What are you thinking?

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