BTW:

For all you switcher freaks that feared the last of the RMT Bang diesels were GONE and NO MORE... rejoice!

I just received an email from RMT and... hallelujah!

RMT miraculously found yet another case of Bang's!

I was so fearful the Bang's were gone,  never to be seen again. Hopefully, RMT will continue to find more cases of Bang's for decades to come.

Andre

laming posted:

BTW:

For all you switcher freaks that feared the last of the RMT Bang diesels were GONE and NO MORE... rejoice!

I just received an email from RMT and... hallelujah!

RMT miraculously found yet another case of Bang's!

I was so fearful the Bang's were gone,  never to be seen again. Hopefully, RMT will continue to find more cases of Bang's for decades to come.

Andre

LOL, It's the never ending going out of business sale. I actually liked the product and got duped into buying a bunch in what seems like 500 emails ago.

Dave Ripp

 

Dave:

Yes, a few years ago I purchased a Bang for exploring the idea of using it on a traditional-size equipment switching layout. The little Bang ran pretty stinkin' good. I have no issues whatsoever with RMT's product, but I DO get a hoot out of that "never ending going out of business sale" business model!

But I digress. Back to the urgent topic at hand: Better hurry, 'cause "when these are gone there will be no more!"

Andre

Mike CT posted:

Montour RR had SW7's with the arched windows.  Later model of the SW9's. 

I have the decals if interested. Montour did not have NW's.  

Also Pennsylvania. 

laming posted:
 

Hello Daniel:

Your EMD NW2 switcher is looking very good.

Your model is an EMD NW2 with the "stepped" hood. Perhaps consider representing a prototype that also used the EMD NW2 with stepped hoods. You already have the handrails painted a nice yellow. If you want yellow stripes, then I suggest you consider this railroad's NW2:

Whatever you decide, I'm sure it result in a fine looking model.

Andre


 

 

Many thanks for your kind offer Mike CT, and appreciate also Andre's suggestion.  The choice is hard and I will do it later. And with all your proposal I think I need to buy another one model of that switcher in two rails....  If I may have one I must recognize that a Montour RR scheme would be very nice. 

If I continue this way I am afraid I could buy several other and they are not an easy find for me....

All my best wishes, Daniel

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