Class 142

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Was posted a couple of days ago on AP's Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10150999915716191
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Hi,

Only a small new feature added but you now have the ability to fairly accurately set the roller destination blind from the cab, using the top right popup boxes to let you know what destination position you are up to. (The handle now animates too)

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I really like that Chris, along with the little pop-up so you don't have to go outside which would detract the simulation :D


Seriously cannot wait for this guys, well done! :)
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That sounds like a brilliant little feature! I'm really looking forward to this unit.

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Looks great.. Bring on Release Date!
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96tommy wrote:Looks great.. Bring on Release Date!
Already released here http://www.armstrongpowerhouse.com/inde ... uct_id=111
Alan

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Would just like to say a big well done to all involved. Whilst I'm impressed I'm not completely mainly because most trains I have now are Advanced and this was on the same level. A very good job done mind, plenty of features which add to the simulation. You definitely deserve a huge thumbs up. Just wondering if you plan to include an NRN radio test in an update? I feel that is one thing it is lacking that most locos have now.
Another thing is the texturing on the outside looks so realistic, my love for the Pacer has just grown more - I am one of only a handful of people who like them (although not for travelling around bends) :lol:
Well done guys a wonderful little loco that was much needed. Cannot wait for the Class 90 now :)
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I would also like to say a brilliant model and sounds , so thanks Waggonz and AP
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