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mjb1961
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deltic lovers

Postby mjb1961 » Wed Feb 13, 2013 2:49 pm

hi,just to let any of you deltic fans,i have just purchased a bachmann deltic,dcc fitted for 74 quid inc p and p,i think they are a deltic preservation society,they also have other locos and they sell other deltic related items as well such as ,fleeces ,caps badges etc,take a look,just google ,ROYAL SCOTS GREY and you should see it,first or second listing down ,mjb

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klaatu
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Re: deltic lovers

Postby klaatu » Wed Feb 13, 2013 3:19 pm

They must have sold out of the DCC-fitted Deltics now. The only DCC-fitted model they have now (apart from the DCC sound Deltic) is a Class 46.

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mjb1961
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Re: deltic lovers

Postby mjb1961 » Wed Feb 13, 2013 4:52 pm

hi steve,the one you refer to is the one i have bought more than likley,d188,or 32-702dc,it seems to be a model from a few years ago and retails at around 112 quid,there is one on ebay for 90 quid plus p and p ,and there doesnt seem to be many about ,so i think ive got a bargain,also if you are interested,hattons have got a model with sound for 129 quid in blue and they also have a dcc fitted one for 70 quid,take a look and maybe get yourself a bargain,yours mjb,

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Re: deltic lovers

Postby klaatu » Wed Feb 13, 2013 4:59 pm

mjb1961 wrote:hi steve,the one you refer to is the one i have bought more than likley,d188,or 32-702dc,i
Ah, OK, I was confused because you said you'd bought a deltic.

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Re: deltic lovers

Postby mjb1961 » Wed Feb 13, 2013 6:08 pm

ok,yes im sorry for calling them a deltic when i should have called them a PEAK,is that correct ,please advise.

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Re: deltic lovers

Postby klaatu » Wed Feb 13, 2013 7:49 pm

I believe so, yes, but I can't claim to be an expert. I just know that a Class 46 isn't a Deltic :)

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