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Soviet VL8 electric locomotive shell
transsiberianmodels @Astas777 - I don't see why not. I've printed it on an UP! Mini, seems to have reasonable detail without going overboard. I had it designed for an E44 - you able to get me the dimensions of an N scale E44, and I can attempt a scale for you?
transsiberianmodels @Astas777 - that one is H0 scale. Can probably scale it to TT easily enough.
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