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RE: PC: New Product Announcement - PC Class N6A/N9 Transfer Caboose
- Subject: RE: PC: New Product Announcement - PC Class N6A/N9 Transfer Caboose
- From: "Owens, David" <DOwens@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 16 Jun 2005 15:46:04 -0400
- Thread-index: AcVyg7f8Ff1WyEf7RlmWMpkpPTk3nwAJ+kiw
- Thread-topic: PC: New Product Announcement - PC Class N6A/N9 Transfer Caboose
There's no bias Gregg. There has been talk about N scale, but the vast
majority of modelers are in HO scale. And if you're embarking on your
first project you go for the largest potential audience.
Are you a society member Gregg? I'm sure your input and interest would
be welcome by the committee. We will no doubt get together during the
convention in September.
Allegations of bias are really out of line.
Modeling committee member
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Subject: RE: PC: New Product Announcement - PC Class N6A/N9 Transfer
Just to let the PCRRHS know, I do have a viable interest in these
but I would like to see them in N-Scale. I am sure I am not the only
here who would like to see them. Seems like a bias toward HO has formed
the PCRRHS Modelling Committee...
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>Subject: PC: New Product Announcement - PC Class N6A/N9 Transfer
>Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2005 22:20:30 -0400
>Modelers and PC Fans,
>The PCRRHS is pleased to announce the upcoming release of an HO kit for
>NYC built N6A (PC Class) and PC built N9 transfer caboose, manufactured
>Wright Trak Model Trains.
>Features include a resin body, frame, and several detail parts, with
>etchings provided for a steel grid deck, roofwalk, railings, and the
>door that was such a neat feature on these cars. The kit will build
>car, as the basic difference was that the N9 was constructed without a
>roofwalk and end ladders. Decals will be available for NYC, PC, and
>Photos of the castings, an order form, and pricing information can be
>on the Society website, www.PCRRHS.org. Photos of sample models will
>be posted when they are complete. The kit components are in
>and we expect these kits to be available in late July. Note on the
>form that there is a significant discount for PCRRHS members.
>If you have an interest in this type of car, I hope you support the
>in what is our first, and quite ambitious, car project.
>On behalf of the PCRRHS Modeling Committee, Trustees, and Officers,
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