Cylindrical hoppers

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jmass
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Cylindrical hoppers

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A while back I believe it was lok@rol who mentioned putting out some cylindrical north American style hoppers. haven't heard anything about this in quite a while. has this been shelved?

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It is still featured on their home page, but does not show up in their shop.


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I contacted them that interested but haven't heard back...
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Hello,

this project is still on the work bench with some modifications:
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Around christmas (yes - this year) it should be availiable as kit or RTR model.
More you will know, if the website is revised.

Here are some older RTR models:
Cylindrical_Hopper.jpg
Have fun, Jörg

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They are gorgeous.
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That's fantastic. Will it be a limited run?

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> They are gorgeous.

I agree !!

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They look good. Can't tell from the pictures if they have the body shape right but it looks good.
I see the need for a few cars. Wonder how much they will be. Budget is very constrained right now.
Will buy one undec for a foobie scheme I have in mind.
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Here some pics from 2014

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and one from this year, with-revised-etched-parts.

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Re: Cylindrical hoppers

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Well friends, it's this car with some several changes in the etching parts - but it is this car body
http://www.ttnut.com/tt-scale-2014-new- ... ylindrical

So please, no discussion about foobies again. Have fun ...

And now, the newest variations: http://www.tt-board.de/forum/showthread.php?t=51764

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