1/6 scale model 1932 Duesenberg SJ.
by Louis Chenot
Without doubt, the finest automotive model ever made taking 20,000 hours (10 years, 40 hours a week) to create the more than 6000 scratch built parts.
1/6 scale Holbrook Model C Lathe
By Alfred Mellows
This working 1/6 scale model of a Holbrook Model C lathe, took a lifetime to complete. Completed in 2003, it has won numerous awards and featured in Model Engineer’s Workshop magazine.
Visit the Museum
Thursday through Saturday, 9 AM to 4 PM
3190 Lionshead Avenue, Carlsbad, California
Admission is Free (Donations gratefully accepted)
CLICK HERE for a map and directions.
Group Visits—Oak Middle School Choir Group
A group of students from the choir program at Oak Middle School in Los Alamitos, CA recently came down for a tour of the Miniature Engineering Craftsmanship Museum.
Club Visits—The Pacific Coast Corvettes Club
Our friends from the Pacific Coast Corvettes club recently came down from Orange County to visit the Miniature Engineering Craftsmanship Museum.
New Arrival—A Steam Powered Tugboat by Jerry Lake
Jerry Lake installed a Saito brand steam engine and components into a Dumas “Carol Moran” tugboat kit. The steam engine is functional, and the tugboat is radio controlled.
New Arrivals—Six New Engines From the Paul Knapp Collection
Six new engines from the Paul Knapp Collection are now on display in the Miniature Engineering Craftsmanship Museum. Three of the engines were built by Butch Wilson, and three were built by Ramon Hoagland.
New Arrivals—Three New Models by Loren Scheer
Now on display are three new models built by Loren Scheer. Among his many projects, Mr. Scheer built a Wright Flyer along...