Good Day Steve,
 
How about offering 21st Century Monon Lionel ES44AC's? In honor of the Monon! January 11, 1956: The CI&L officially adopts its longtime nickname, Monon, as its corporate title.
 
Best Regards,
Frank Swafford
 
Monon ES44AC V500
Monon ES44AC V100
 

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Frank, the two additional designs are nice as well, but my favorite is still the ES44AC. The livery - to me anyway - just seems to fit better on it. Steve’s ability to do a custom run on any of them will depend on when they are next cataloged. I would definitely be in for one of the ES44AC’s, so if you are too, Steve is already 2\25ths of the way there! 

Rider Sandman posted:

Frank, the two additional designs are nice as well, but my favorite is still the ES44AC. The livery - to me anyway - just seems to fit better on it. Steve’s ability to do a custom run on any of them will depend on when they are next cataloged. I would definitely be in for one of the ES44AC’s, so if you are too, Steve is already 2\25ths of the way there! 

I’d be a buyer for a pair of Monon Lionel ES44AC’s with two unique road numbers! 

It would be interesting to know what it would take to get a special run produced.

If you wanted an existing engine made into a road name not available, that would be one thing. If you wanted different items on that engine than what had been previously be offered, that would put it in the next category.

If you wanted and engine made that had not been produced, that would require a much higher number of orders to generate an actual run.

Maybe if I wanted a specific engine, I would see what I could generate in the way of commitments, then present it to someone like Muffin's and see what he says. That must be what he (or anyone) does. However, they can't possibly know what everyone wants.

Of course, that brings up what would it take to just have a previous engine re-run.

Hats off to all those that have done special run engines or cars.

 

USMC 1966-69

Just terrific, Frank!

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