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Cavalex Models All new RTR HAA and variants in 4mm scale


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In the words of Jake Peralta....NOOIIIICCEEEE!!

Finally the Hornby HAA ones will see a drop in price!!

These are really needed in N gauge though more than OO, hope to see them done in N gauge by you'll someday....

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1 hour ago, Michael Delamar said:

Very nice.

 

HOP AB version please.

 

If they’re easy to convert to other gauges say with 26mm axles ill take a full rake.

 

 

 

 

All of our wagons are designed to take 26mm P4 axles straight out of the box.

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5 minutes ago, dj_crisp said:

A great choice! 

 

Being from Nottingham  my favourite trip out was to trent valley to see the MGRs.

 

Great stuff!

 

 

 

Being From Sheffield it was Retford LL for me.

 

Mike.

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A fantastic announcement Cavalex. 

 

I wonder if anyone could help me though because I'm a bit confused. Are their two types of the HAA wagon? I ask because on Flickr their are some modern green Freightliner variants as well as the old, smaller BR types which were used in BR days been hauled by Class 20s, 31s, 37s, 56s, 58s and 60s etc. If their are two types I am assuming that Cavalex are producing the older and smaller used during BR days with BR traction? The images above would certainly suggest so. I ask because I would be interested in modern Freightliner variants but not so much the older, smaller types used with BR traction, because it is out of my era. 

 

Thank you in advance. 

 

Kind Regards, 

 

Danny. 

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11 minutes ago, DRS Crewe On A Mission said:

A fantastic announcement Cavalex. 

 

I wonder if anyone could help me though because I'm a bit confused. Are their two types of the HAA wagon? I ask because on Flickr their are some modern green Freightliner variants as well as the old, smaller BR types which were used in BR days been hauled by Class 20s, 31s, 37s, 56s, 58s and 60s etc. If their are two types I am assuming that Cavalex are producing the older and smaller used during BR days with BR traction? The images above would certainly suggest so. I ask because I would be interested in modern Freightliner variants but not so much the older, smaller types used with BR traction, because it is out of my era. 

 

Thank you in advance. 

 

Kind Regards, 

 

Danny. 

Hi Danny

 

it’s the earlier British Rail owned wagons that ran from the late 60s up to the early 2000s.  They were TOPs coded HAA and later HBA and HDA.  Seen on MGRs across the country.

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2 hours ago, DRS Crewe On A Mission said:

A fantastic announcement Cavalex. 

 

I wonder if anyone could help me though because I'm a bit confused. Are their two types of the HAA wagon? I ask because on Flickr their are some modern green Freightliner variants as well as the old, smaller BR types...

 

Are you thinking of the HHA?

 

as far as I’m aware, TOPS code HAA has only been used on the BR 4 wheel hopper.

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35 minutes ago, Trains4U said:

 

Are you thinking of the HHA?

 

as far as I’m aware, TOPS code HAA has to only been used on the BR 4 wheel hopper.

 

If so, didn't Bachmann do the HHA?


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Well, yes, that should fly off the shelves ! Most people will need some if they have dieselsfrom 60s to 2000s

 

cavalex, accura et al are coming up fast on the big boys 

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