RS3, GP9, and T6 (DL440)

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Fri Jan 18 09:14:22 EST 2008

I'll second that on what they're made of. I'd be most interested in the
T-6, then GP-9 Redbirds in both HO and N.

Phil Miller

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The Red Birds and T6's would probably generate the most interest. I don't
know what you are allowed to say at this point, but a little more
information regarding the models themselves (plastic, resin, brass, kits,
assembled, etc) would help people give more definitive answers. Also, do
you mind clarifying what you mean by you being the sole distributor? Will
this be a special run from a known company, similar to when the Society
offered the leased RF&P N&W E8's, or Springhaven Shops offered the leased
ACL N&W E7's?
Marty Flick

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Subject: Re: RS3, GP9, and T6 (DL440)

Fellow modelers:
I am working with a manufacture who is interested in doing the correct Phase
III RS3 with the hood doors on the short hood per N&W #'s 300, 301, and 303
in the "as delivered" and Script herald. I am also working on a production
of GP9 "Red Birds" and the Alco N&W and Chesapeake and Western T6's.
I am curious if there is interest in these products or shall I have them
I do not subscribe to the other forum, so if someone wants to post there,
feel free.

Stephen Rineair

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