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Lincoln, NM: Two Businesses


Finger and Toe Models announces the next set in the Wild West series LINCOLN, NM: Two Businesses.  In the Old West cattle were the primary industry and the real measure of a man’s worth.  That was certainly true in the Lincoln County War, a range war so violent the US Army was summoned to put an end.  Nestled in a narrow mountain valley of southern New Mexico, Lincoln was the home turf of William H. Bonney, Billy the Kid.

Each building in the series is based on a real building in Lincoln.  The two businesses are the town’s cantina and its general store (one of the very few buildings with a false front). 

Both buildings are shells that slip over burned out ruins (did I mention the Lincoln County War was a violent affair?).
Remember, every Finger and Toe model comes with SMOOSH ASSURANCE: if ya’ll smoosh any part of your Lincoln, NM, set, a new one waits your summons from hard drive and printer.

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June 17th, 2013
I love the "real world" feel that Finger and Toe brings to the table (or gaming table, in this case) with this set. Finger and Toe's textures accent the easy to build models that we are used to seeing from them. Brilliant set that wor [...]
November 2nd, 2012
There are other Wild West building kits available, so why buy the Lincoln, New Mexico collection? To coin a popular phrase, "You're not in Kansas now". The Lincoln collection is the authentic South-west from the hand of a man who knows the ne [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on October 22, 2012.