I'm vaguely considering possibilities for building a layout in my garage, and I'm keen to keep things cheap. I also rather like a lot of vintage Triang models, which I could fancy running alongside newer stuff. When I was a kid, I had a Triang Dock Shunter, which ran (just about) on Hornby System 6 track, but it didn't half bump about and clatter because of the giant wheel flanges on older models. If, therefore, I wanted to run old and new alongside each other, would I be better off using Super 4 track? I know it's quite "chunky" looking, but I reckon it's decent enough, and getting hold of it doesn't seem to be too much of a problem. Is building a layout using such old kit wise, or am I bonkers to even consider it? Would it just be better to swap the wheels on older models?