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Reply to "Anyone have the new Williams 70 ton switcher yet?"

Received my 70 Ton just today. I purchased the Rutland however my goal is to convert this to look like either #16 or #17 from the former, but still very popular short line here in Northern New Jersey, The Rahway Valley Railroad.  I have an RVRR #17 in  Sunset brass (pictured)  which had been custom painted by its former owner when I bought it many years ago. The paint job and lettering were done very well over the original brass. Problem is this engine runs only DC and needs all new belts.  So I need to find someone who can makeover this Rutland to look just like the this RVRR brass engine.  I am just glad someone finally decided to make a 70 tonner.  As far as I know, this is the first one ever make in AC 3 rail.  I am curious as to how many of these are being produced. If I recall this was announced a couple of years ago and has only just now been in stock and still is on backorder in a number of train stores I checked.

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  • IMG_0092: RVRR Sunset Brass Engine
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  • IMG_0088: The New Williams 70 Ton Rutland
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