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Giving work on the layout a rest and adding detailing to a HO DB class 82 0-10-0T.



Paint job with Revell satin colours.

All the best,

David
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QUOTE (mikelhh @ 9 Jun 2007, 23:55) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>That looks like a brute. Very nice.

Mike

That looks a nice loco. Is it the DJH kit?

I've built a few of their German locos and they end up really nice models.

David
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QUOTE (custodian @ 24 Jun 2007, 14:09) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>That looks a nice loco. Is it the DJH kit?

I've built a few of their German locos and they end up really nice models.

David


Thank you,
Yes, Got it pre built off Ebay,it needed a few tweeks here and there,to get it to run smoothly.
I have added lost wax brass details and the paint job.
I totally agree with you as regards the end product.
Its about time they gave us some more
.DB rebuilt BR03.10 at the price of a 00 kit perhaps


All the best


David
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QUOTE (adecoaches26point4 @ 24 Jun 2007, 17:18) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Thank you,
Yes, Got it pre built off Ebay,it needed a few tweeks here and there,to get it to run smoothly.
I have added lost wax brass details and the paint job.
I totally agree with you as regards the end product.
Its about time they gave us some more
.DB rebuilt BR03.10 at the price of a 00 kit perhaps

All the best


David

I was talking to DJH back at the Warley show and it doesn't sounf like German HO figures anywhere in their plans right now.

That leaves us with the Weinert option as an (expensive) alternative. They are really siperb kits.

David
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Thats a shame,but have found some good stuff on the web.
Ebay not so good
as kits do not tend to be complete on arrival

Weinert superb,use there parts as standard


All the best


David
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