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Etched parts for MGWR Horsebox & Fish/Meat van.

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The etched parts (body,chassis, roof) for the 1889 Horsebox and the Meat/Fish Van are available to order direct from the engravers.

Detail castings are available from the Dart Castings MJT range https://www.dartcastings.co.uk/mjt.php

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Horse Box $40NZ + postage and packing at cost (min $26.5 registered post within UK & Ireland)

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MGWR Meat/Fish Van $40NZ+ P&P at cost 

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John,

 

These are fantastic with incredible detail - well done.

I gotta get me some of these!!

 

Two quick questions:

  • Are these available immediately (ie to put in with some castings????)
  • Are they suitable for 21mm

 

Ken

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Ken

Your castings are on their way to Ireland!!!

There is a 2-3 week lead time between placing an order for the etched parts and delivery.

The kits are designed to be assembled to run on OO or 21mm gauge track with a rigid or compensated chassis. 

Buffers are very close to a GWR pattern, axleboxes, springs and syphon roof vents were produced in collaboration with Dart Castings from my patterns.

 

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On 11/30/2018 at 1:13 AM, Mayner said:

Your castings are on their way to Ireland!!!

Excellent.  They should help finish off some locomotives.

 

I would be interested in taking a horse box and meat van from you if I can.

Do you want to send over an invoice for Paypal & I'll organise payment.

 

Ken

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Ordering a horse box and a meat van..?

 

Environmental Health will be monitoring this thread...

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17 minutes ago, Broithe said:

Ordering a horse box and a meat van..?

 

Environmental Health will be monitoring this thread...

So will Tesco.

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"Tesco Special Horse Meat Van Box"!

Three for 79p stg...... every little helps!

Made out of genuine British Horse!  1.00% natural!

(product of Zyxclistan)

Contains: E342, E309, Cylohitsafgh Substitute, 190g genetically modified American sugar corn syrup, 890g salt, E443, monosodiumate glucosamine-glycol, petrol, desiccated rat proteins, horse extract, rabbit dropping, arsenic (tesco special recipe), horse meat, E1098, clarified granite extract, Trump extract, Brexit juice, Artificially inseminated jihobi seeds, extremist Islamic texts, MGWR modified ballast extract, paraquat, strawberry jam.

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Splendid pair of kits if look on the last picture of Courtmacsherry at Warley you will see the horse box in the middle of the rake.Don't ask me to explain what its doing there but give some time and i can come up with an unconvincing explanation,Andy.

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On 12/2/2018 at 4:19 AM, jhb171achill said:

"Tesco Special Horse Meat Van Box"!

Three for 79p stg...... every little helps!

Made out of genuine British Horse!  1.00% natural!

(product of Zyxclistan)

Contains: E342, E309, Cylohitsafgh Substitute, 190g genetically modified American sugar corn syrup, 890g salt, E443, monosodiumate glucosamine-glycol, petrol, desiccated rat proteins, horse extract, rabbit dropping, arsenic (tesco special recipe), horse meat, E1098, clarified granite extract, Trump extract, Brexit juice, Artificially inseminated jihobi seeds, extremist Islamic texts, MGWR modified ballast extract, paraquat, strawberry jam.

Bit too close to home!

Horsemeat seems to have been a standard ingredient in hamburgers supplied by Irish processors to the British market for several years https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2013_horse_meat_scandal#ABP_Food_Group.

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