Class 142

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Class 142

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Hi everyone,

We have been working on this for just over a day, bit more to do on it.

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You did THAT in a day? :o You can sort all our rolling stock needs in less than a month :lol: Brilliant stuff keep it up!

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Haha, modeling is the easy bit, unwrapping and RW blueprints however...

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Not a fan of the 142's but buddy, that looks stunning! Very good work.
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That is looking fab-u-lous! 8)

Seriously, great work guy's!

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Very nice. Not the prettiest thing ever to grace the rails, but you have captured it's shape very well.
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Hi all, Just a quick update.

Unwrapping about half way done for the underside.

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wow, that looks stunning.
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As Montgomery Burns would say 'Excellent'! :lol:

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daemonmp3!

Haven't seen you in ages, good to know you're back :)
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Always had a soft spot for these. Living on the oldham loop line (not literally) lol - we was the first to see them on test and in service.

Looking good mate :')
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How are things progressing? This looks to be a fantastically accurate model!

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Re: Class 142

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Hi all,

Model has been completely unwrapped, in the process of recording sounds.

At the moment were waiting to hear about some engine / braking specs.

So in the meantime were making some final tweaks to the HIA Freightliner wagon and also have started a European wagon.

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That's good news, Chris, really looking forward to this, it will give us so much more choice, especially when the 150 comes out.

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Re: Class 142

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Great news! I'll look forward to this . And I must say that this model is slightly superior to Railvisions. :wink:

EDIT: I should correct this. It IS superior to Railvisions.
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