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  1. Here is a completed 8100 Class DART in Gauge N for a customer, it's the first one from the workshop after several months of mould making and trial-n-error. This one is on a Tomix chassis but the next ones will be on my own chassis with more DART like under frame gubbins- though the Tomix aren't half bad- just hard to get..... Directional lights work by using fibre optic wires from the LEDs on the chassis The model has pretty much the same detail as my Gauge OO DART model- NS handrails, roof vents, screen wipers, horn...... Just a few small touch-ups required and it's ready to go into service Eoin
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