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Hi,

one of my projects: DGS 62 N Plasser & Theurer Dynamic Track Stabiliser of FERGRUPO company from Kibri 16070 (H0 - 1/87):
















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Hi,

As this Kibri model was an order, the following photos shows the model I built in the customer layout:


































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Hi,

Some details about this kit produced by Kibri with the reference 16070 in H0 scale:


It's a very easy to build kit, with no changes needed except the original plastic wheels. I used metal DCC wheels recommended by the manufacturer, which work both in DC an AC tracks.
BTW I use Marklin AC system.

The decals are produced by me.

The model is not motorised, yet this convertion can be done.
Check the following links (in French):
http://www.biscatrain.fr/article-motorisation-du-stabilisateur-de-voies-kibri-dgs62-n-41253500.html

http://www.biscatrain.fr/article-digitalisation-du-stabilisateur-de-voie-dgs62n-kibri-suite-et-fin--41312895.html

http://www.biscatrain.fr/article-video-n-71-stabilisateur-de-voies-kibri-dgs62n-41827479.html

http://www.rheinard.de/index.php?id=52

http://www.british-ho.freeserve.co.uk/showcase/on-track-plant/kibri_p+t-dgs62n_1.htm

An amazing work done by this french modeller.


Let me know If you need help regarding the translation.

The real model function is:
http://www.struktonrail.com/en-us/RailInfraStructure/Pages/DGS62Nstabilizer.aspx

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Ayala Botto



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Excellent.

Do you build layouts for customers?



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Hi Max,

Actualy no.

So far I only have built my own layout.

I only accept orders from my customers to buil models that are not available on the shops.

Always (very) small editions and produtions.

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Hi Dave,

hope you share it among your friends!

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