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Hi all, this arrived a couple of days ago. Roc 72095 ICE 3 plus additional coach set 72907
Alan That is very long, They must be hard to handle at that length with rake on Board especialy when you want to line it up for railing to the TrackHi all,
I have just received my longest Train Safe case (270cm)
This is in preparation for getting the Trix 25976 ICE 4 5 part set
and the Trix 23976 3 coach add on set, both on reservation at MSL, hopefully available 2nd quarter of this year
Hi Babs,Alan That is very long, They must be hard to handle at that length with rake on Board especialy when you want to line it up for railing to the Track
I could not handle that length myself.
If you do not mind me asking how much was the postage for that length.
Have a Nice Easter.
Hi BabzHi Alan I do like your Roco Dampf what is the tightest curve it will go round as my Brawa Versions you have to remove quite a lot of side panels. I do have an old Flieschmann version which does go round all the profi Track but it us probably not true to scale. DB57 is nice, i do not have that particular model. Enjoy.
It still crops up in a limited number of model types from a good many of the manufacturers. Shirley MSL will take them back under warranty (sorry - I couldn't resist!).Good Afternoon Everyone. Took delivery from MSL last week of a Couple of Br232 DB.
Sadly when i took the body off to install decoders It seems that both of them have Zinc Rot/ Pest. I thought they had got rid of that some Years ago.Back to MSL they go..
I thought Brawa were always a cut above many of the other brands. they are certainly dearer, as a rule.Hi SrMan The maker is Brawa They had some big issues of this a few years ago and i thought they had irradiated it.
It's No problem it was an old aviation Joke from my Flying Day's.
Unless you can afford the ESU model of the 132/232, it is generally accepted that the current generation of Piko models delivers the best bang for buck in terms of detail, performance, and reliability. I own a Roco 132 and a Piko 232, and I have to say between the two of them the Piko is my favourite.I have noted that quite a few different manufacturers offer BR232s, but I have no idea of the detail differences, or who does the best job of modelling them accurately.