Baldwin DT6-6-2000 Center Cab N Scale 1:160

by Jamesn320
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This is an N scale kit for a Baldwin DT6-6-2000 locomotive.  The kit includes the main body shells and hand rails, 2 replacement truck side frames & 2 cab interiors with engineers.

This kit is designed to be used with Atlas C-628/630 powered chassis.

This kit is only printable in the FUD material and will require cleaning before painting.  I recommend washing with warm soapy water then soaking in 'Goo Gone' or similar product for about 24 hours.  Then rinsing off with warm water and allowing to dry.

The kit requires an Atlas C-628/630 powered chassis and 2 Micro-Trains N Scale body mount couplers (1015 or 1016) which are not included.

An instruction sheet is available in PDF format from my blog site.

For more information please see my blog -


IN: 5.525 w x 1.706 d x 1.105 h
CM: 14.034 w x 4.334 d x 2.806 h


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@Jamesn320 James: As long as the DT is the proper length I can make either the C-628 or the AS616 work (the 628 does have the advantage in "not-as-short" department. I need to double check the truck center distances I found.
June 28, 2014, 3:19 am
@FinnMcIce33 I believe the AS-616 is shorter so it will need modifying for the shell to fit? The C-628 is just about the right length and the kit will contain new trucks. Either way I am sure we can make it work. Cheers, James.
June 24, 2014, 8:38 am
@Jamesn320 Thanks Jamesn. I'm thinking AS-616 for mine just because the trucks would be perfect.
June 23, 2014, 9:26 pm
@FinnMcIce33 Hi, Yes, its in the pipeline. Based on a Bowser C-628. :-)
June 23, 2014, 7:53 am
Love the center cab, Any chance you could make in HO as well ? Ax.
June 23, 2014, 5:00 am
Impressive. Been waiting for some form of this diesel for long time. Couldn't find plans to kitbash so looking forward to final product
May 4, 2014, 10:15 am
@intermodalman123 Thanks, I should be ordering the test print this week.
April 28, 2014, 8:36 pm
Looks great so far, can't wait for the finished product :)
April 28, 2014, 8:17 pm


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