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 Posted: Thu Sep 18th, 2008 09:48 am
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The railcars as supplied out of the bag:





 

The two motorized chassis still without bogieframes and couplers:



 

New pantograph fitted:



 

Old and new pantograph:



 

Fitting frames to the bogies. Three different ones are supplied, you have to chose the right one for your protoype.



 

Finished railcar standing on display that came with the model. I fitted the standard couplers. While not the most beautiful one all my goods rolling stock is equipped with these couplers and I want to transfer goods vans from steam hauled mainline to electric branch lines.




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 Posted: Thu Sep 18th, 2008 09:52 am
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Fine looking models FS. That's quite a difference between pantographs.



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 Posted: Thu Sep 18th, 2008 11:03 am
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That's really good FS. A great improvement especially, as Bob says to the pantograph.:thumbs

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Looks very good, Thomas. I'd be happy to run those on my layout.

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