Could be an Issmayer ( I am no expert on them tho) but for some silly reason I cannot back up with anything but gut, Adolph Schuhmann comes to mind , there is little info out there but a lot of his locos, came with that extended lower sides ... Bub kinda did it on a few models , but nothing like your example that I have seen Steve...

OHHHHKAAYYYY Searching using my best google-foo I have come up with a match I think?

Providing this ebay seller knows what hes got , it IS a Bub (you learn something new every day , maybe? lol)

https://www.ebay.de/itm/Bub-KB...d:g:cdoAAOSw~NdcuucV

I would say the black on yours is someones handywork ? Unless Bub was clearing out some Stealth Versions

 

Clockwork guys have a spring in their step!

Jim O'C posted:

I believe the Issmayer book states that Bub was building clockwork locomotives for them. Here is a similar JAJ loco from that book. bub made loco with JAJ logo

And THIS is the joy of identifying many German Clockworks , Manufacturers copied, borrowed, commissioned from each other , and often produced "generics" and many different versions of the same loco , and the two world wars which saw many factories damaged and records lost/thrown out/burnt/destroyed.

Then you have the super productive post war "collective " years where trademarks were forgone in many cases to be replaced by " Made in U.S. Zone " and the same loco/wagons could be made by different manufacturers made it even more confusing ... Arne and Daniel do an amazing job of sorting these out for us plebs

Tis also why I had that Adolph Schuhmann gut feeling cos he produced locos like this ...

Similar also to the bub AND the Issmayer

Clockwork guys have a spring in their step!

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