- View SourceQuick look at Ztrack web site this morning (waiting for my issue):
tha Alco PA is now available for Ztrack suscribers, for deliveries by
end of July (2 road names for the time: ATSF and D&RGW).
- View SourceKelley,I have often wondered the same thing myself. I love Alcos!I find it even more interesting that there are no GE locomotives that have been made besides the no-longer available through retail AZL brass Dash 9s. The Dash 9 and derivitives is one of the most numerous locomotives on the rails today.I am still looking for some of the SeaRails Alco shells as I hit some hard times when they became available (and I was one who lobbied Jim to make them) and now that I'm buying again they aren't available. I even have chasis for them already.Randy SmidtFrom: kelley wright <kaiserwillieii0815@...>
To: "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, October 11, 2013 6:46 AM
Subject: [Z_Scale] Re: Alco PA
Spearhead Steel!For whatever reason, I cant even get a telephone land line connected!! It is frustrating, and I can just get on my Yahoo email using a stick.Yes I know there is the Sea Rails, and Hallmark and an old brass one from AZL, or I could get a fuzzy looking one made using RP, and other stuff for a PA. This is not the point. Point is, we have great engines rolling out of the factories in Z, (I love the Mikes) but I was hoping that there would be another step forward, and perhaps even the Japanese would attempt to make them. Kind of a keep the momentum going sort of thing.GVSTATVS SIMILIS PVLLVS !Kelley Wright