Zeuke-TT, what's new?

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Zeuke-TT, what's new?

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Like SazModel I will start this topic regarding new stuff on Zeuke-TT, more meant for US/UK market.

Perhaps first my goal:
  • I am trying to become a manufacturer of TT cars.
    Reselling is a way to pay the high investment.
If I will succeed with making cars? Who knows, perhaps once and never again. :wink:

What do I sell in my webshop:
  • MTB H0/TT cars and locomotives
    Kuehn Modell TT tracks, cars and locomotives
    Spoorlijn 120 TT electric locomotives
    PSK and Haedl TT cars
    Some second hand stuff, like the TT models from Lionel
    My own Zeuke Catalogue
Again later on I hope to add my own TT cars to this list.

First my own Zeuke catalogue. This is the first English edition of a series of catalogues. The next will be German, in 2 years I hope to make a English catalogue describing Zeuke and BTTB models, perhaps a bit HP Products. Then again the German edition, etc. You can see some of the content using the link: https://static.webshopapp.com/shops/014 ... -draft.pdf

If you are interested, send me an email. For TT-Nut members I can offer you the book for 22$ including shipment costs.

Remember all prices on my site are inclusive 21% VAT, meaning it will be 21% cheaper for citizen of the US, Canada or Russia.

Check my site: http://www.zeuke-tt.com. Check also the latest Newsletter in the bottom right corner of the front page.

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Good luck with your venture.

Can you provide any additional information on the Cotton Belt SW1200? For instance how is it painted/lettered? I'm definitely interested in that.
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I got the Zeuke catalog. It's VERY nice.
My website: https://www.ttnut.com
It's the website you're already on. But if you want to be even more on it, click the link.

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@sacto-tt
It is the same as the SP with different text of course.

@ConducTTor
Thanks

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Re: Zeuke-TT, what's new?

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I was wondering if it is an MTB produced version that you are reselling or something that you personally are producing. I see that SazModel has it listed as well, hence my confusion.
-Joe-

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It is an MTB produced version and the SW1200 comes with 2 different numbers. It will be available in 2 a 3 weeks. There is no sense to buy this SW1200 at Zeuke-TT, my shipment costs are higher, 21€, than compared with SazModel.

We, Mark Sazavsky and I, are trying to get more RTR US TT stuff on the market.

scaro

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Post by scaro »

that's a nice history. interesting reading and helps me understand the variations ... I know very little of the European product and when buying things for scratchbuilding it is useful to be able to.

ben

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Perhaps a correction:
The Cotton Belt will be available in limited quantity with only one loco number.

Ciao,
Rob

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A normal picture to the Cotton Belt.
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TT_SW_1200_CB.JPG

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Zeuke-TT, what will be new?

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A question to you all:

If I produced a new box car using injection molded parts with etched parts attached to it, free standing ladders, etc, what would be an acceptable sales price in the US for a 40' box car? The same question for a 50' box car.

Kind regards,
Rob

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