OSE N7 Rmms Flatbeds Austrian-built 1980

Re: OSE N7 Rmms Flatbeds Austrian-built 1980

Postby BarbaPanagos » Sat Nov 05, 2016 12:12 pm

about the difference at the lettering (8 or 5) we should have a look at the UIC numbering and find out what this digit indicates
probably at the delivery or at some point

Andy, let us know if KJ could make some OSE wagons for us or if they are interested to put them in their product list, that would be the best solution
In case they can only provide the base model we could talk about each one converting his own or arrange with a third party to do it for us.

In any case, Tasos (ANAROUS) has already prepared the lettering and decals for this one. He has been asked to paint a bunch of Merklin "look-alike" wagons.
He is offering the lettering if we we are having a ready made model or could make the conversion if we decide to go for group conversion.

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Re: OSE N7 Rmms Flatbeds Austrian-built 1980

Postby christo » Sat Nov 05, 2016 12:54 pm

Howdy ;) partners ;) ,

Yee haw, I'm gonna 'ave me all seven of them flats!

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Re: OSE N7 Rmms Flatbeds Austrian-built 1980

Postby BarbaPanagos » Sat Nov 05, 2016 1:19 pm

Seven indeed!
That's what I was thinking too partner :D

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Re: OSE N7 Rmms Flatbeds Austrian-built 1980

Postby christo » Sat Nov 05, 2016 1:33 pm

Seven x 2 for me, providing we can do all seven running numbers.

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Re: OSE N7 Rmms Flatbeds Austrian-built 1980

Postby Andreas » Sat Nov 05, 2016 2:49 pm

I am in too for 6 at least....please with Leopard load and Recovery (Regover :lol: :lol: :lol: )
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Re: OSE N7 Rmms Flatbeds Austrian-built 1980

Postby christo » Sat Nov 05, 2016 5:21 pm

There are these Greek Leo models: http://www.panzerfux.de/Sort-by-nation/ ... 36&p=21036
Anyone familiar with them?

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Re: OSE N7 Rmms Flatbeds Austrian-built 1980

Postby ConTrain » Sat Nov 05, 2016 9:12 pm

I am in too for 2 (possibly 4)

Andreas wrote:....please with Leopard load and Recovery (Regover :lol: :lol: :lol: )

The Greek Army "Leopard" Family in scale:
Main battle tank "Leopard 1 A4": http://www.minitank.net/en/product/2348 ... ducts.html
Armored recovery tank "Leopard 1": http://www.minitank.net/en/product/2348 ... ducts.html
Main battle tank "Leopard 1 A5": http://www.minitank.net/en/product/2349 ... ducts.html
Main battle tank "Leopard 2 A4": http://www.minitank.net/en/product/2316 ... ducts.html
Main battle tank "Leopard 2 A6": http://www.minitank.net/en/product/2349 ... ducts.html
Armored recovery vehicle 3 "Büffel": http://www.minitank.net/en/product/2316 ... ducts.html
Some just as is the kit and some with some small conversion.

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Re: OSE N7 Rmms Flatbeds Austrian-built 1980

Postby dimlev » Sun Nov 06, 2016 8:32 am

Good Morning to all,

Great finding Andy! I think that bogies are different but I'm not sure. I'm interesting in 2 of them (+ the snowplow).

Dimitris

P.S. Great news (not withdraw) Christo!
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Re: OSE N7 Rmms Flatbeds Austrian-built 1980

Postby BalkanExpress » Mon Nov 07, 2016 11:10 am

Andy, great bussiness!

Of course, I'm in.

Depending on final proce, I will take at least 2, completing to 7 if they are still available (as I did with the close JOUEF's one)

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Re: OSE N7 Rmms Flatbeds Austrian-built 1980

Postby Mitkoudis » Mon Nov 07, 2016 2:36 pm

Hi Andy,
I'm in too. Please note 2 complete sets.
Thanks in advance for the nice models!

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