Diagram 130 carflats as used on the motorail service. Built 1964.
The kit consists of etched underframe, including full detailed underframe with white metal detailing parts, carflat deck, ends, rails and boards. Full instructions are included on building both the FVV and FVX (side and end loading) versions of the kit.
Other parts needed - pair of bogies, piece of 0.5mm plasticard.
Difficulty: This is not a trivial kit to build as the side rails require the assembling of a lot of small parts.
Built to carry cars on the East Coast mainline these vehicles formed the core of the East Coast motorail service from the 1960s until 1987.
The kit consists of a 3D printed body, glue together etched ends, sides and detailing parts as well as fold up bogies, bearings and wheels. Downloadable sides are also available so you can print your own sides on photo-paper rather than paint them.
British Rail rebuilt six Gresley non vestibule coaches as CCT car carriers. They served in this rôle for a few years before entering departmental service. One 96202 has been preserved and restored to its original CCT condition.
Set of 3D printed body shells, 3D printed bogies and buffers, etched overlays to create a five part articulated WIA 'Arbel' car carrier. Includes suitable Fox Valley wheelsets. The bogies have NEM pockets suitable for glue fitting standard NEM couplers.
Set of 3D printed body shells, 3D printed bogies and buffers, etched overlays to create a five part articulated WIA 'Arbel' car carrier. No wheels included. Suitable wheels are Fox Valley 28" wheels 0.54" axle, or similar. The bogies have NEM pockets suitable for glue fitting standard NEM couplers.
Etched door frame, securing points, vents, and sundry detail for the Mill Lane Sidings BR ferry van kit.