So I don't have "masters" lying around, but I do have a few complete products
6202 - 2016 Gillig Low-Floor Advantage (Gillig #4, X293)
1706 - 2015 Gillig Low-Floor Advantage (Gillig #3, X292)
2600 - Now Retired 1996 NovaBus Classic (Prototype, X287)
3124 - 2005 Neoplan USA AN460 (Prototype, First Artic Completed, X289)
3024 - (Retired by the above) 1991 Ikarus 436.03 MA (Prototype, First Artic Started, X291)
I no longer have any "templates" to follow since these are the templates! I took nothing from no one (except the reference pics that I used, which don't appear). These buses are all handmade, no prints were made, so they aren't 100% accurate (and to be honest, the bellows on the artics are TERRIBLE). Anytime I make a new bus (for better or for worse) I start from scratch.
If anyone wants to follow, these buses are all exactly 1 inch (2.7 cm) wide, pretty much every window is 7/16" (1.1 cm) tall.
I don't know how good these are in your eyes who make better, more accurate models that I do, but I try my best to do these by hand since we cannot afford a printer
Whatever, I love making these it's so fun, well, except for this:
Other than the Phantom it's great doing the research, working on it, and completing it!