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7 hours ago, Steven B said:

@railtec-models Steve, can you do the Police 37 in N gauge too?

 

Steven B

i have these already in production 

pm if you want a set

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12 hours ago, railtec-models said:

@ColinK, @NickL2008 & others: the pack for 47829 is now available. In order to hopefully cover all bases, the lining is covered in a separate pack for those who don't wish to spray it.

 

https://www.railtec-models.com/catalog.php?search_str=47829

 

What sets Railtec apart? See for yourself: https://www.railtec-models.com/railtec-benefits.php

 

Of course these packs:

- Are spot printed so there's no superfluous carrier film to cut around;

- Are manufactured on industrial grade technology to achieve truly outstanding crisp print with full vibrant colours;

- Have perfect print registration with no join lines in the print;

- Withstand regular handling

 

Specifically in the case of this loco:

- The correct unique typeface has been reproduced by tracing the original

- The detail on the correct variant of the badge is exquisitely rendered

- Includes the correct size badge and correct size Police branding

- The pack includes explosive warning labels, OHL flashes and correct data panel for 47829

- Includes a spare of everything.

 

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The 37 will be hot on its heels, again taking advantage of the benefits listed above.

 

Looking good Steve, good to see transfers for this livery being produced! I'll add it on my "to do" list

 

NL

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On 30/06/2020 at 15:11, Steven B said:

@railtec-models Steve, can you do the Police 37 in N gauge too?

 

Steven B

 

@Steven B is it your intent to spray the stripe or would you prefer a transfer? These are just about ready to go; all I need to do is put them on the web site. Everything correctly sized so that it looks right on the model. Naturally they're spot printed with full vibrant colours and perfect print registration, so there's no superfluous carrier film to cut around (and in fact the lining is completely filmless).

 

What sets Railtec apart?

https://www.railtec-models.com/railtec-benefits.php

 

 

Edited by railtec-models

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@railtec-models a transfer for the stripe would be appreciated! I don't trust my masking abilities to get three parallel lines if I did it myself.

 

Steven B.

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