Lok-n-Roll - What's new?

Re: Lok-n-Roll - What's new?

Postby MacG » Fri Oct 26, 2018 2:48 pm

The envisaged Reefer Car collection is completely available as kits. They consist out of the PFE classes R-40-25, R-40-26, R-40-28 and a Reefer built by Pacific Car and Foundry. The PFE-class R-40-23 is very similar to the R-40-25 class. There were some minor differences in the paint scheme. Over time some RTR models will be again offered.

We have also added some kits for buildings. This offer will be expanded in the future.

The next products for the shop are RTR 40' Insulated Boxcars.
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Re: Lok-n-Roll - What's new?

Postby MacG » Wed Dec 12, 2018 3:58 pm

The RTR 40' Insulated Boxcars and RTR 40' Reefers are listed at the shop. Mike has found three MTB-Switcher in his stock. They are each available as a set with three tank cars of your choice (ULTX blue or Cargill).
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Re: Lok-n-Roll - What's new?

Postby j p » Mon Dec 17, 2018 8:12 am

MacG wrote:The envisaged Reefer Car collection is completely available as kits. They consist out of the PFE classes R-40-25, R-40-26, R-40-28 and a Reefer built by Pacific Car and Foundry. The PFE-class R-40-23 is very similar to the R-40-25 class. There were some minor differences in the paint scheme. Over time some RTR models will be again offered.

We have also added some kits for buildings. This offer will be expanded in the future.

The next products for the shop are RTR 40' Insulated Boxcars.


Yes, R-40-23 are similar, they have rectangular panel roof though - same as Gold Coast AAR 1937 40' boxcars.
I am sure that Mike can make them too by combining his R-40-25 and AAR 1937 40' boxcars.
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Re: Lok-n-Roll - What's new?

Postby MacG » Mon Dec 17, 2018 4:02 pm

Thanks for the hint. This wasn't written in the big book about Reefer Cars.
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Re: Lok-n-Roll - What's new?

Postby MacG » Fri Dec 21, 2018 1:55 pm

At Firefox in version 64 and above was removed the support for RSS. You can use the add-on RSSPreview. This replaces the 'View RSS' feature of the older Firefox. The function still exists in Internet Explorer 11. It is also possible to subscribe to the feed with Thunderbird. I have no experience with Chrome and Safari.

Our RSS Shop feed is still the same. There you will see our newest products.

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Re: Lok-n-Roll - What's new?

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Re: Lok-n-Roll - What's new?

Postby MacG » Sat Jan 26, 2019 3:18 pm

Unfortunately, we have to remove our cheap shipping offer due to the new restriction of Deutsche Post. 5 shipments are required per quarter. What we do not have. I look for a resolving to offer cheap shipping again.

The delivery from TiTan downunder has us arrived. We will offer his kits soon.
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Re: Lok-n-Roll - What's new?

Postby jmass » Sun Feb 10, 2019 11:54 am

Any chance that Mike and Sylvie might do another run of gp 38s and cylindrical hoppers?
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Re: Lok-n-Roll - What's new?

Postby MacG » Sun Feb 10, 2019 12:39 pm

The Cylindrical Hoppers are in production. I think the GP38-2 is on the list.
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Re: Lok-n-Roll - What's new?

Postby MacG » Mon Feb 25, 2019 1:21 pm

The drive chassis for a GP38-2 can be built. The GP38-2 shells aren't in production yet.

We have added the kits and trucks from TiTan Downunder to the shop. We still have to find a solution/source for the Micro-Trains-Line couplings. Direct by MTL the products with a dealer discount are more expensive than a buy at a model railroad shop in the USA.

We hope also the best for the number of international orders below 35€ per quarter. So we have decided to offer the new Goods Postage International for the old price of 7€.
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