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Out of my era thus my wallet breathes a sigh of relief but allows me to purchase other Accurascale products whilst I wait for current day 37/0's & 37/4's...great announcement and keep it up!

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Oh dear, my beloved Shapfell, my poorly wallet.  Duly ordered.    BTW, amazon payments doesn't seem to be working on the site at the moment?

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Do not need another large logo 37...

Do not need another large logo 37...

Do not need another large logo 37...

Do not need another large logo 37...

Do not need another large logo 37...

Do not need another large logo 37...

I've just ordered another large logo 37...

 

 

 

Jokes aside, a great addition. :-) We're expecting orders for these to be very popular!

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Wow, now you are talking...

LL and BR blue for me please.

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I do hope they haven't sold out come Monday when it's payday :D

Edit - I just had to make sure i didn't miss out so borrowed the money while Monday and ordered a couple 

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Great choice Accurascale deserve to do well with this, hopefully the non riveted roof version will follow so monsters like 099,111,113 and 114 can be done.

 

Also Please can we have an 0 gauge version????

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Really spoiling us...… I'm a south east man but I have such a soft spot for tractors, especially split nose dog emblem ones due to my first train set. And you have given us two to choose between. I am sure that stayed down south from time to time, rule 1 and all that.... 

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27 minutes ago, black and decker boy said:

Time to sell the wife and kids.......

 

 

Better to hire them out  = regular income....

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1 minute ago, Gilbert said:

Better to hire them out  = regular income....

I would have to pay someone to take mine lol

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Fantastic news ! Nice one Accurascale ......

 

I'm sure these will sell in bucket loads hopefully the plain welded boiler panel roof variant will be coming along soon also.

 

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Memories of the West Highland before the 37/4s.

 

I don't model BR in OO, I don't model BR in OO

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My Bank Manager's going to call you - he's getting really annoyed with your superb products destroying his personal pension fund!!

 

Al.

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Sooner than expected and order in :) 

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Your efforts will result in us having our house repossessed because I can’t keep up with mortgage payments. I hope you are happy with yourselves! :P
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Wow, looking at the class 37 page, it's like the livery variations you used to see from Lima once upon a time:laugh_mini: but better

 

Loving this

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Oh dear, I’ve already got too many 37s so I’ve resisted ordering an Accurascale one, but this one is just too good to miss.  But do I go for Loch Eil or Loch Lomond?  No I can’t have both.

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They've not announced any Stratford ones which are suitable for what I model...yet.

I have a feeling they will do though.

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cant seem to find the REM articles of what wore what RFD liveries and when, :angry:

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2 hours ago, JSpencer said:

Really spoiling us...… I'm a south east man but I have such a soft spot for tractors, especially split nose dog emblem ones due to my first train set. And you have given us two to choose between. I am sure that stayed down south from time to time, rule 1 and all that.... 

I had to have a quick look at photos of 37043 just to convince myself that she did from time to time venture away from Scotland. Evidence of her at Ipswich in 1986, and at Gloucester in 1987 were enough for me to order. 
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