Lok-n-Roll - What's new?

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One more photo. The wooden GS&F boxcar has a new number - 9502. In supplement to the 9500 from last year.
GS&F 9502
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Gorgeous!
And perfect for my era, I remember seeing a lot of PFE reefers back in the old days..

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areibel wrote:I remember seeing a lot of PFE reefers back in the old days..
Al... and you're on the EAST coast!
Think of the number of reefer blocks headed out of California's Salinas Valley, Imperial Valley, and Central Valley at harvest time!!!

There are photos from almost every major city in North America with a produce depot... showing multiple PFE reefers lined-up delivering produce from the West Coast.

BTW: PFE and the BAR had a reciprocal car-sharing arrangement... with BAR using extra PFE cars to handle the potato harvest, and returning the favor to PFE with BAR cars for the fruit and vegetable seasons.

TT Note: The PFE R-40-10 was the 'next' car proposed by Gold Coast (Oregon) before the tool & die maker they were using passed away.
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I'm now the new webmaster at http://www.lok-n-roll.de

I have done some improvements. The items have now the railroad company and the road number in its name. I think about a bilingual description, but the products should be self-explain.

We hope, we can offer some new products, from the last year, in the next few months.

For quite some time can non-EU customers order without VAT at the shop. At the shopping cart, you must fill in the shipping destination and the tax would be removed.
shopping cart - shipping calculator
shopping cart - shipping calculator
add a destination
add a destination
display without VAT
display without VAT
back in the shop are all items without VAT displayed
back in the shop are all items without VAT displayed
Yes. The shipping fee is 45€ (with FedEx), but they are fast and reliable. We are looking for a favorable service (ca. 15€) for small parts with an amount below 35€.
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You don't seem to have that much available at the moment.
Are you going to be doing any more GP-9s or the GP38-2 kit? Or any other diesel locos?

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The focus is at the time on the rolling stock.

A custom made GP9 or drive chassis would be doable. Perhaps also an FA, F3 or FP7.

The GP38-2 is out of stock. On the project list is a GP30. And we have some etched parts for Shapeways-3D-print shells (C30-7, DDA40X). But there aren't drive chassis in the next time.
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Thanks.
In terms of cars, what would be reallly nice would be some more 'modern' 50ft boxcars, with no roofwalks and low ladders. I was lucky enough to get your last 50ft boxcar kit but I'd really like one or two ready-to-run offerings...
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Modern cars (built in the 70s) are on the list, the already offered Railbox cars or something similar cars. I think modernized 50' boxcars are on sale before that. But on top of the list are the Reefers and the Insulated Boxcars.
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MacG, good luck to you with your new duties! ;)

Hope we'll see a lot of new TT scale stuff soon! :)

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Thank you! I hope this too! :wink:
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