This model is the much-needed update to the one I posted back in 2017, with its meshes simplified and grouped to collections in Blender 3.1.2.
It is true to life in every respect except certain parts of the undercarriage. I worked from numerous photos as well as a copy of the original plans from 1848 (included in the textures folder), but none of them could show or explain what's going on with the undercarriage between the thoroughbraces. I also have hands-on experience, from the actual old stagecoach that stands in the receeption area of the Old Courthouse Museum in Lincoln, New Mexico, where I used to work.
Procedural leather material, https://www.blendswap.com/blends/view/80490 by CgAlpha
Brass material is from the Victorian wall sconce blend, https://www.blendswap.com/blends/view/86078 , by grs
Damask wallpaper is no longer available on the web; the site where I got it no longer exists.
Background image is from HDRI Haven.
The designs on the panels on the coach came from free dingbat fonts by Intellecta Design. I created the panel maps in Photoshop. The photo of Nogal Peak trailhead on the doors was taken by me. The company name on the coach is fictitious.
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