Class 67 arriving at your letterbox

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Class 67 arriving at your letterbox

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:D :D :D :D
Got my class 67 in the post this morning. :) :) :)
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cant do pix - camera has gone back to nikon
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Nutter wrote:cant do pix - camera has gone back to nikon
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Camera came back yesterday.
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Looks like I have to experiment to get my old settings back
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It looks outstanding.

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HI T Gauge

It is just ashame that they had to cut the cost of it down as the daul bi lights would have made it look evan better.

I have got both now from T gauge and I think that they have done a very good job on the body and transfers.
Still the issue of no 3 axles being used?

reards
Graham :D

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Mine has also arrived and I have to say I’m very impressed! It looks as though the livery is printed directly to the shell as it’s got very crisp lines and really looks the part.
I’m not too fussed about the head and tail lights as I always found this a bit of a gimmick, especially considering there is no internal lighting in most units.
Also, correct me if I’m wrong, but a class 67 is a bo-bo so only has 2 axles anyway? Hopefully we’ll see some 3 axle locos in the future!

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mattd10 wrote:Also, correct me if I’m wrong, but a class 67 is a bo-bo so only has 2 axles anyway? Hopefully we’ll see some 3 axle locos in the future!
:ugeek:
class 67 Bo-Bo 2 axle(confirmed by Yogi Bear)
class 66 Co-Co 3 axle(confirmed by the circus)

please excuse my poor jokes after the class types.
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mattd10 wrote:Mine has also arrived and I have to say I’m very impressed! It looks as though the livery is printed directly to the shell as it’s got very crisp lines and really looks the part.
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Also, correct me if I’m wrong, but a class 67 is a bo-bo so only has 2 axles anyway? Hopefully we’ll see some 3 axle locos in the future!
Almost certainly these are pad printed, as are nearly all RTR models these days. Same technology used to print golf balls ;)

There are persistent rumors ofa 3 axle bogie, supposedly it's in development in China. That would be sweet given the Deltic and E8 shells available!

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