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  1. Well, this is deadly to the wallet... Will definitely be having a couple of DRS versions, and if the as-builts end up in Large logo, Red Stripe or Triple Grey, I'll be having a fair few of them too!
  2. Thats another pre-order sorted, the wallet takes another beating! Loving that Accurascale (and a few other smaller manufacturers) are properly scratching my modern itch! Top work chaps.
  3. Its a properly bright blue, too! You'll need your shades on in a 5 mile radius of it!
  4. Getting a lot of use out of Finn this month! This is brilliant news, as one of the people requesting a 4mm version, all I can say is: thank you RevolutioN!!! A great wagon to add some out-of-the-ordinary variety to the modern freight flows of containers and bogie box wagons, I really hope it does well (especially well enough that someone considers doing the WIA’s too). I don’t think my wallet it too happy about the prospect of all these amazing new releases tho!
  5. This is amazing news! I will be having a good chunk of these to go with the other MoD stuff. Excellent choice Trains4U and Cavalex! ("All" we need now is the proper MoD PFA container wagons!)
  6. I definitely don't want to start an argument, or really derail the topic any further. But I would just like to point out the brands such as Airfix, Revell, Tamiya, Academy, Italeri, Trumpeter, etc etc. They seem to be doing ok, so there must be at least some interest in doing painting it yourself. I know for sure that I am in a minority of people who want to paint up their own models, and I also know that I will never be able to achieve the factory-finish quality. But it doesn't stop me from wanting to do it, and trying to do it. All I'm saying is it would be cool if the manufacturers could put a small allotment of models aside as the "unpainted" option. I know it will never happen, but never hurts to dream, right?
  7. I would definitely pick up a third (and possibly fourth) set if this were available as an option!
  8. No way I can resist these! Full DRS set ordered. Perfect for short layout shunting. Any chance of doing the MoD variants? I would have an awful lot of those!
  9. Oh my, here's hoping that Revolution decide to do them in OO as well - I know I'd buy a fair number if they did!
  10. Some modern stuff would not go amiss! KFA warflats PFA 2 axle container flats Some of the nuclear flasks could be interesting too
  11. Bachmann's warflat is only suitable for the early/steam periods - these being mostly scrapped and phased out by the late 70's. Those of us interested in the "modern image" would greatly benefit from a modern KFA-G warflat (current design code KF004B, Shildon built in the mid-to-late 70's), as our only current option is a spottily available kit. Producing a model soon(ish) to add to the recently released Hatton's warwell would actually be reasonably well timed I think. I know I would buy ~20 of them! I would also love some of the MODA build PFA's (design code PF012D, I think) as well, I'm sure you can sense a theme building here...
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