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0-43-but-aec-railcar-driver-coach 3d printed

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White Natural Versatile Plastic
0-43-but-aec-railcar-driver-coach 3d printed
0-43-but-aec-railcar-driver-coach 3d printed

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Ships as soon as 12 days
3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
Product Description
Nicknamed the "flying bricks", a 3-car set was built as a demonstration train, formed of two power cars and a centre trailer, although it could also be operated as a one or two car train,

The bodies were built by Park Royal, and the underframe and mechanics by AEC. Initially they were numbered Cars 1-3, but later given the BR numbers M79740-2. They were trialed in many places around the country, leading to them being bought by the LMR in January 1955 and a further set and spare power/trailer car delivered in 1955 and another 3-car in 1957. The later eight cars (M79743-50) didn't have the bodysides skirts, and had sliding lights rather than droplights on the sides

This is the driver coach from prototype
requires chassis

O gauge (1/43.5,7mm/ft)

What's in the box:
6.34 x 27.86 x 7.26 cm
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2.49 x 10.97 x 2.86 inches
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