OSE N7 Rgmms Flatbeds East German-built 1990

OSE N7 Rgmms Flatbeds East German-built 1990

Postby BarbaPanagos » Sat Oct 05, 2013 12:17 pm

Built in 1990 by VEB WAGGONBAU NIESKY, GDR (DDR).
16 units numbered 31 73 396 6 000-015


31 73 396 6 002-7

Ν7 31 73 396 6 002-7 Rgmms, AIR 2013-09-27 01.JPG


Ν7 31 73 396 6 002-7 Rgmms, AIR 2013-09-27 03.JPG


Ν7 31 73 396 6 002-7 Rgmms, AIR 2013-09-27 07.JPG



31 73 396 6 008-4

Ν7 31 73 396 6 008-4 Rgmms, AIR 2013-09-27 01.JPG


Ν7 31 73 396 6 008-4 Rgmms, AIR 2013-09-27 06.JPG



31 73 396 6 014-2

Ν7 31 73 396 6 014-2 Rgmms, AIR 2013-09-27 01.JPG


Ν7 31 73 396 6 014-2 Rgmms, AIR 2013-09-27 07.JPG
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Re: OSE N7 Rgmms Flatbeds East German-built 1990

Postby Olympus » Sun Oct 06, 2013 8:33 am

@ BarbaPanagos
Hi, nice photos 8-)
but please when you have timeand you can go to Rentis (before they are scrapped)
make detail lettering photos from all cars (numbers, brake, REV-PROSECHIS....)

this car runs in many EU countries CSD(ZSR-CD), MAV...
and i think this model come in the next years from a model company .

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Re: OSE N7 Rgmms Flatbeds East German-built 1990

Postby BarbaPanagos » Sun Oct 06, 2013 9:10 am

thanks Andy,

be sure I have them shot from almost every possible angle, even if there is no model available right now :D


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Re: OSE N7 Rgmms Flatbeds East German-built 1990

Postby Dimitris » Fri Oct 11, 2013 3:14 pm

Panagiotis, hello.

I attach you the model, from WAGENWERK, that may be converted to greek Rgmms flat wagon. I think, it looks 99% the same. What do you think? :?

http://www.wagenwerk.de/h0de/fahrzeuge/ ... -dbag.html

The price is for 2 wagons, so 1 is 95euros.

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Re: OSE N7 Rgmms Flatbeds East German-built 1990

Postby christo » Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:51 pm

Looking at BarbaPanagos' photo, the greek flatbed is 14.04m between buffers. The model you are suggesting Dimitri is 10.74m between buffers.

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Re: OSE N7 Rgmms Flatbeds East German-built 1990

Postby Dimitris » Sun Oct 13, 2013 5:15 pm

Hello Christo and good evening.

Yes, you are completely right, it can be found here, is: 10,740m.

http://dybas.de/dybas/gw/gw_r_6/g651.html

I have also tried to find the exact 14,04m - length over buffers on the same website, but I couldn't.

Here, I found this, but is 12,540m, however it has the same production-unit-name: Rgmms662. It's totally different, though it's from East Germany.

http://dybas.de/dybas/gw/gw_r_6/g662.html

http://dybas.de/dybas/gw/gw_r_6/daten/d662.html (techincal data).

I couldn't find any with 14,04m from ROCO / or other companies.

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Re: OSE N7 Rgmms Flatbeds East German-built 1990

Postby christo » Sun Oct 13, 2013 5:50 pm

Dimitri,

Thanks for your info. The truth be told, I would like to model this wagon. I did a preliminary study and if there were 40 orders I can make it for around £50 each. I can see no technical difficulty, so anyone interested, please state your requirements and we can see if the numbers tally up.

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Re: OSE N7 Rgmms Flatbeds East German-built 1990

Postby Andreas » Mon Oct 14, 2013 7:51 am

If we have different running numbers I will take 4 models or kits :mrgreen:
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Re: OSE N7 Rgmms Flatbeds East German-built 1990

Postby BarbaPanagos » Mon Oct 14, 2013 1:11 pm

I think I could afford 4 of them too :mrgreen:


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Re: OSE N7 Rgmms Flatbeds East German-built 1990

Postby christo » Mon Oct 14, 2013 4:43 pm

.. and 4 for me = 12 so far. Let's wait and see. Maybe we can go ahead with a lesser number.

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