View Poll Results: Would you be prepared to pay in advance for a model production?

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  • Yes

    81 73.64%
  • No

    16 14.55%
  • Undecided

    13 11.82%
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Thread: Would you prepay for a model?

  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Dunluce Castle View Post
    I'd be happy to pay for a scale steam loco, diesel not so sure
    1) NCC mogul
    2) NCC Jeep

    That's my top 2
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  2. #12
    It would be great to see a high quality rtr a-class. But in the four years it would take to churn this model out I'd imagine that 3d printers will have reached a high enough quality so we'll be knocking these out from our desktops!

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    Senior Member Glenderg's Avatar
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    The standard top 10? Lemme have a go.

    4 Wheeled Ballast Wagon
    4 Wheeled Cement Bubble
    4 Wheeled Double Beet
    Double Bogie Tara Wagons
    121
    A Class
    4 Wheeled Cement Bubble
    MK4 DVT
    A Class
    Sambo
    4 Wheeled Cement Bubble
    A Class

    Never any good at maths....

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  5. #15
    A class gets my vote.....

  6. #16
    Yes but only if locos are centre drive (ie dual driving bogies), dual flywheel, all wheel drive and all wheel pickup with lights, 21pin DCC socket and speaker box, same quality as MMs

    1. A class black & tan
    2. Steam Mogul 2-6-0 DCC ready (direct drive with flywheel + Stay alive)
    3. 121 class (option for dummy non driving 121 for pairs)

  7. #17
    Sorry guys, but I can't see myself shelling out in advance for the production of any model, especially with the timelines mentioned.

    As for top 3...

    1 - 121
    2 - A Class
    3 - C Class

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by Noel View Post
    121 class (option for dummy non driving 121 for pairs)[/LIST]
    It was discussed before, but a dummy loco costs very nearly as much a one with a motor.

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    Senior Member Glenderg's Avatar
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    237 views and only 21 votes? Is that 21 people checking this forum 10+ times each, or just a load of forum lurkers not bothering voting? Hup yer game folks, this is truly appalling. Log in - vote - simples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenderg View Post
    237 views and only 21 votes? Is that 21 people checking this forum 10+ times each, or just a load of forum lurkers not bothering voting? Hup yer game folks, this is truly appalling. Log in - vote - simples.
    Oops, been skewing that statistic a little GD as I viewed the new comments that were posted pretty regularly. But yes, have seen all the usual suspects on the thread but that's not a lot of people. Based on BK's? recent stats there are hundreds of people on this site. I'm presuming (Mod, correct me if I'm wrong) but only members can vote on this poll?
    I notice when I'm on the site that there are several members but many more guests at any one time. They may be modelers that do not happen to be members or casual passers-by, I'm not sure. I'd need to refer back to those stats on that thread.
    This is not a general election for another rainbow coalition
    If you want to have the possibility of a new model you've got to vote, folks. Even if its no, please still let us know that you're not up for this. You don't have to post any comments.
    So far with 21 possibles, we'd only have to buy 25 models each so I'm still optimistic
    Last edited by DiveController; 17-11-2014 at 04:35 AM.
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