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LMS 10000

Its on the front cover of Model Rail magazine so you cannot miss it!

All brass construction.
Centrally mounted motor with two large brass flywheels.
All-wheel pick up and drive
Sprung buffers
Cab detail
Fully glazed
NEM coupling pockets with detatchable screw link couplings
Stainless steel numbers, letters and waistband
Steel drive shafts linking independent gearboxes for each axle
Each of 6 variants will have tiny but authentic detail differences and liveries
Model priced at between £400 and £500.
Model to be produced by Ajin of South Korea who produce high quality brass models for companies such as Overland in the USA
Much of production already reserved!

Can this really be a British ready to run model?

It looks an absolute stunner!

Happy modelling
Gary
 

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When you think of the value put upon some of the recent releases of "plastic" Bachmann limited editions by railway modellers in the broadest sense, and prices paid for diecast Wrenn locos, then by those standards and the even more limited runs of this LMS 10000 model, it is an absolute bargain at the sort of price range indicated!

And you do get a cracking good model as a bonus!

Happy modelling
Gary
 
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