RichardBrighton
Worth a look.....

https://accurascale.co.uk/collections/class-37

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Comments? :-) 
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Iain Morrison wimorrison
blank screen at that URL 🙁
Iain Morrison
Modelling h0e using Z21 with iTrain automation and Railcom
There are also unknown unknowns – the ones we don't know we don't know
http://www.wimorrison.co.uk
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Bunkerbarge
Works OK for me Ian.
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Bunkerbarge
As for comments, "Its a Diesel", I can't think of anything else to say!

It does look like a very nicely detailed model though and not at a silly price.  Hopefully they won't go the way of DJ Models and will be able to maintain development and production.
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RichardBrighton
blank screen at that URL 🙁

If you're on a mobile device then copy and paste the address into your browser :-) 
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Ruffnut Thorston
"from £30.00 inc VAT" ? 😲

Though when the page first comes up its £25.00, but then changes very quickly...

Surely this price is indeed from...

Is the cheapest one to be one without a motor, for double heading?

If indeed you could get one for £30.00...i may have to be interested! 😉😁🙋🏼‍♀️
Best wishes,

Ruff...
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newbryford
"from £30.00 inc VAT" ? 😲

Though when the page first comes up its £25.00, but then changes very quickly...

Surely this price is indeed from...

Is the cheapest one to be one without a motor, for double heading?

If indeed you could get one for £30.00...i may have to be interested! 😉😁🙋🏼‍♀️


£25 and £30 is caused by the VAT calculations of a website that isn't UK based. 
Accurascale give you the option of a deposit or full payment - hence the £25/30 against a full price of £170 or £260 for sound fitted.
(Considering the better spec of this against the current Bachmann model, that's not too bad)

I've had a few things from Accurascale before (and some due very shortly) without any problems whatsoever. They are very good at sorting out the website/pricing if there are any issues.

Cheers,
Mick
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Ruffnut Thorston
Ahhh.

I was wondering what you could get for £30.00.

Some sellers would want this for a Tri-ang Hornby 37!😉😁

So, it's a deposit...

Yes, the total price looks good....

Not too many 37s, or English Electric Type 3 locos needed for a North Wales branch line in the early 1950s...though we do like them.

Ours is a Lima body on a Hornby RR TTS fitted chassis....😊🙋🏼‍♀️
Best wishes,

Ruff...
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Nimbus

Whenever I look at an Accurascale product I am blown away at the quality.  They must be THE most reliable RTR manufacturer, in terms of getting the final product to look right.  I am definately a fan.

I'm also a huge fan of Class 37s and Deltics.  Needless to say, they will be receiving lots of my money over the coming few years.  Just don't tell my wife 😉

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