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bill937ca

Tomytec Adtranz GT6N trams

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AllScales

Near enough correct I think! I wonder how many people would actually notice?

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brill27mcb

Well, the 2 new (Mainz and Nuremburg) trams are now in the pipeline to ship in a few days, and I have pre-ordered one of each.

 

My only issue with this chassis design (basically three 4-wheel trams coupled together) is the funny way that it enters into and exits tram-style, tight-radius curves. As the front section twists into the curve, the rear section twists too, even though it is still on straight track.

 

Rich K.

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bill937ca

The model just reflects the prototype.  Watch at 0:20.

 

 

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PaulJ

I've just ordered one of each of these to go with the Berlin and Munich ones I already have. As an economy measure I've not bought any more powered chassis for now, it's easy enough to swap over the chassis when necessary. Also I've just had several of my existing Tomytec trams converted to DCC but can't really justify the expense of getting more done right now. Which reminds me, German web retailer DM Toys website has a 'DCC + SX' version listed for this chassis (at quite a mark-up), I'm assuming this isn't a factory fitted option, as I've never heard of this on Tomytec chassis before?

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Gryphr

They have that option for all analog models they sell. If you select it they will install a decoder before shipping it to you, so this markup includes the price of the decoder and the work done.

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