Lok-n-Roll - What's new?

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We have restocked some products and added new build kits. Because of the holiday time takes the delivery a bit longer. Happy shopping!

The plan for the future is, to add some laser kits of buildings and my track bumpers.

Edit: the site translates with Google.
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We have added some new products. A lot of etched metal parts and the Track Bumper. You will find them at the Ersatzteile (Spare parts) and Zubehör (Supplies).

Annotation: The Phone Booths and Mail Boxes are subject to differential taxation according to § 25a UStG. No VAT is charged for this item. Therefore, in the shopping cart for specific customers (e.g. non-EU), no tax can be removed.

Further, we have added a cheaper shipping. Up to an amount of 35 €, we ship with Deutsche Post as Registered Mail International for a flat rate of 7 €.

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Happy weekend!
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MacG wrote:<snip> You can subscribe to our RSS feed to see what's new.
EXCELLENT!
In my opinion... still the best way to stay updated!
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Made of the reefer kit from Lok-n-Roll - my next foobie :wink: and the inspiration.
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And a very good job you've made of it too.

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Thank you for showing this nice rusty model. A superb copy of the prototype, only the stairs are missing. :o
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Any word on when more chassis for the Lionel 1/120 shells will be available?
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Hi MacG,
Do they offer the 50 foot insulated boxcar (https://www.lok-n-roll.de/produkt/sfrb- ... 16fd43adaa )as an undecorated model or a kit? I would like to try one of these-
http://www.rr-fallenflags.org/el/frt/69326.jpg
You would need to remove the roof walk and make the side ladders shorter, and a few minor changes to the door but it looks pretty close!

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@AstroGoat760: the chassis is in production for the GP9. It takes some time for the F3, because our machine specialist is moving with his entire company to another location.

@Al: currently, there isn't a suitable kit available.
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MacG wrote:@AstroGoat760: the chassis is in production for the GP9. It takes some time for the F3, because our machine specialist is moving with his entire company to another location.

@Al: currently, there isn't a suitable kit available.
Thanks for the update!
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