51904Re: MTL Passenger Car's in the Works and other stuff..
- Apr 2, 2007Dewey
No idea at this point, I'm not a member of that part of the food
chain here at MTL. I suspect they will be a bit more expensive
because of the size and all... As for lighting and interiors, we
have to look at what it would cost to install all that, or just offer
an upgrade kit for those folks who want and need that option.
Frankly, I don't need lit cars on my layout, and would hate to go
full monty on this and make it too expensive for the general Z
hobbyist. I think a kit with a light board and pickups as a secondary
product might be a good option. This is stuff Management needs to
address once I put my two cents in.
--- In email@example.com, "FT. Dewey" <kc5uci_2@...> wrote:
> Are you allowed to give a price range, and will the cars
> Joe DAmato <shipsure2003@...> wrote:
> Just got the ok to let everyone know that we are in the process
> working up a series of Smooth Side, Pullman Standard (and others
> later)Passenger cars. I can't talk due dates or car styles (figure
> the usual suspects!)at this point, those have been decided and we
> working on them as we speak. I'll be able to say more in a few
> weeks. These will be 100% injection molded, no resin or photo
> sides... with all new trucks, accurate details and flawless paint.
> am working on a way to get power into the cars for lighting, not
> if that will be the initial offering, but it is being addressed.
> really stoked about doing this project!!
> PS...this is not a late April Fool's prank!!
> Don't get soaked. Take a quick peek at the forecast
> with theYahoo! Search weather shortcut.
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