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1/450 Container Wagon A x3 3d printed

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1/450 Container Wagon A x3 3d printed
1/450 Container Wagon A x3 3d printed

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1/450 Container Wagon A x3

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NB: There are 2 variations of this container wagon - this model is Type A, and Type B is also available in the shop. Ensure you select the one you want. See the end of this description for details of the differences. Also note that each is availabe as a single wagon or as a 3 pack.


This wagon is designed to use the 19m coach chassis (presumably the adjustable chassis could also be used, but I have not tested this). The chassis will need modifying, basically 2 cuts to separate the flat part where the bogies/trucks are mounted from the centre section (the latter being discarded).


Type A or B?

There is just one small difference between the two, a trade off between appearance and operation;

  • Type A has a centre sill below the chassis, as per the prototype, so it looks correct in profile
  • Type B does not have the centre sill, and becuase of this it has an opening which will accept the metal weight from the coach chassis
What's in the Box
1/450 Container Wagon A x3
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4.2 cm
0.9 cm
3.2 cm

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