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Hi All,
After visiting my local shop the man there informed me Oxford diecast have plans to produce 'N' gauge vechiles after seeing the 1:76 / OO examples in his cabinet for the money they are very good value, has anyone heard anything about this as it is time some decent vechiles where produced for N gauge apart from American items.
The odd little standard Vanguard could find many a home surely.
 

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QUOTE (poliss @ 2 Sep 2008, 14:12) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Just read this on Sherwood Models Online.
"Oxford Diecasts have announced the release of their popular model railway road vehicle range in N Gauge (1:148 scale). Releases will take place from late October onwards and will feature many classic road vehicles including the Bedford OB Bus, Routemaster Bus, FX4 Taxi, Morris 1000 Van, Morris Traveller, Humber Super Snipe, Jowett Javelin and Ford Anglia 105. Demand is expected to be very high as these are the first true N Gauge British road vehicles. Orders can be placed on our shopping site in advance. Your payment card will not be charged until the goods are available for dispatch."
http://www.sherwoodmodels.co.uk/osc/

Excellent news Poliss thanks for the link, i will be placing an advanced order for sure as if they are like the OO items the quality will be spot on

(no pun intended ) lol
 

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QUOTE (BRITHO @ 3 Sep 2008, 13:35) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>WARNING THIS POST IS HUMOUROUS...........

Spot-on would surely have been a little large for OO......(1/42)


regards

BRITHO,

Please dont start me off on my other liking for diecast vechiles

My collection of dinky and corgi Bedford CA vans are still awaiting repaints in their original schemes as issued
 
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