I have set up for building Gauge N 141/181 last year, the drawing work is now complete and a few Cameo paper cuttings have been done to adjust the lines, work out the folds, and prepare for the 3D detail. My options are open to construct the body in etched brass or Xerox Laser Printed sheet (like the DART), the brass will require painting and the Xerox wont- so if I can get the Xerox to work to an acceptable level all liveries will be available!
I'm using a Kato generic chassis for this one, but I'm held up waiting for the order to be delivered- 4 months now!
Here are a few photos of one of the test Cameo paper cuttings assembled up;-
As you can see the front windows & panels required adjustment in the drawing, the next step is to complete the lower section of the body, then cut one out in plastic card and see what I have- not enough hours in the day!
These will be available as RTR or as a kit
There are a few other Gauge N Irish types getting the same treatment- D301, 071, 121, & J15........