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  • N Gauge Class 66 Artworks

    The design team is currently reviewing the artworks for the previously announced N Gauge Class 66 models. We have provided copies for you to look at here in the Digest. If you have any constructive comments please make them in this post. The design team will then review them and amalgamate your comments with our own. We aim to provide feedback to the factory by the end of the week.

    Models Available For Pre-Order at all Dapol Stockists Now Are As Follows:

    2D-007-013 66413 Freihtliner Orange
    2D-007-014 66780 GBRF Cemex
    2D-007-015 666405 DRS Malcom Logistics

    Dapol Exclusive / Special Commission Models

    2D-007-012 66731 GBRF Thank You NHS Capt. Tom Moore (Dapol Exclusive - Pre-Orders Now Closed)
    GM2210103 66773 GBRF Rainbow Livery (Gauge Master Exclusive - Visit www.gaugemasterretail.com for more information)


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    Last edited by Neil Dapol; 12 April 2021, 15:48.
    Regards
    Neil

    Dapol Staff Member

  • #2
    Looking great. I was wanting to know when this particular DRS/Malcolm Rail Class 66 got this livery?
    Jeremiah Bunyan...

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    • #3
      Originally posted by JeremiahBunyan View Post
      Looking great. I was wanting to know when this particular DRS/Malcolm Rail Class 66 got this livery?

      According to a bookazine I have on DRS, 66405 was delivered October 2003 and sent straight to Glasgow for Rebranding so late 2003 is when it first appeared. It went off lease October 2008 so would have lost the branding by then, there is a picture of it still carring this livery dated May 2006 so between 3 and 5 years is a rough timeline

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      • JeremiahBunyan
        JeremiahBunyan commented
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        Thanks, so in theory it would have been on the network alongside or at the same time as the EWS Class 87 and Class 92s?

    • #4
      Neil

      Roughly how long before we can get our hands on these..

      Thanks

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      • Joel Dapol
        Joel Dapol commented
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        I would say roughly four months
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