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To add some realism to my 00 layout i'm looking for a model of the 80's-90's era BR yellow lorry (I don't know what type of lorry it is called, but i'm sure you can picture the one i'm referring to).
Any help on where i can purchase one would be much appreciated.
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Paul
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The Bedford TK B.R. S&T lorry is I believe part of the Gilbow range in 1:76 scale. I got a couple of these some months back. Hattons certainly had them recently.

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Hi

I bought a Bedford TK crew bus from Hobbycraft - might be worth a look - its from the Hornby Skaledale autos range

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QUOTE (PaulB @ 18 Sep 2005, 15:07) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>To add some realism to my 00 layout i'm looking for a model of the 80's-90's era BR yellow lorry (I don't know what type of lorry it is called, but i'm sure you can picture the one i'm referring to).
Any help on where i can purchase one would be much appreciated.
Thanks
Paul
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I have been using this seller and keep returning, just because off A1 service.

http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Peters-Spares/OO-...d=p4634.c0.m322

There could be cheaper out their, but when you add postage from a shop £10+ compaired to £8
 
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Hi Paul

There are quite a few crewbuses available now but all of them are too old for a 80-90's layout. You could use the corgi Ford Cargo as a start point, perhaps combining it with the back of a ready to plonk one.

HTH

Jim
 
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