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I saw this on the Hornby Deutschland site and must say it's a striking livery. I've used an internet translator which is obviously a strict order before 30/11, delivery April 2008:

"The model reached a maximum speed of 574,8 km/h on 3 April 2007 on a SNCF distance with Passavant EN Argonne - the absolute world record for rail-mounted vehicles! HORNBY international presents the JOUEF model of this completely special TGV course in a unique and strictly limited special edition with consideration of the details, which were made with the model particularly for this world record travel.

ALSTOM TGV type V 150 - the "world record TGV" UVP: 259,00 €
The model reached a maximum speed of 574,8 km/h on 3 April 2007 on a SNCF distance with Passavant EN Argonne - the absolute world record for rail-mounted vehicles!

5-teilige world record execution; large new development with five-pin high speed engine, digital interface, rotor and metal chassis; reciprocal front lighting; switchable on overhead line enterprise; in particularly arranged presentation packing in "world record Design"

Unique special edition, only up to 30.11.2007 booked in advance quantity comes starting from April 2008 to the distribution

Available:
April 2008"

Starting to find their feet!
 
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