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    Silver Fox Models 4w TPO & 6w van

    Hi folks,

    I picked these up in Bangor today at the North Down Model Railway Society exhibition.

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    I'd probably be interested in a Mayner one if anyone has a 2nd hand one.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jhb171achill View Post
    I'd probably be interested in a Mayner one if anyone has a 2nd hand one.....
    My TPOs are nearly as scarce as the prototype.

    I should be able to sort you out with one once I have re-jigged the castings in brass
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    If I was going there I would'nt be starting here.

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    No probs, John - it's the tin van (luggage van) I'm primarily interested in. Maybe you might PM me in due course.
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    They were £99 each. I know that's a lot of money, but if I bought a brass kit and spent many hours assembling and painting it I would end up with something which wouldn't look as good as these, so they're worth every penny to me!

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    I should have pointed out that this is due to my poor modelling skills and is not a reflection on excellent brass kits and expert builders!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mullafernaghan View Post
    They were £99 each. I know that's a lot of money, but if I bought a brass kit and spent many hours assembling and painting it I would end up with something which wouldn't look as good as these, so they're worth every penny to me!

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