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    Hi,

    NEW: MB Trac 1300
    The MB Trac 1300 was manufactured between 1976 and 1991. The MB Trac was mainly used in agriculture. Furthermore, these tractors were also used in forestry and in municipalities and construction companies. The model consists of multiple unpainted parts.

    The following kits are available:
    N2370 - MB Trac 1300



    N2868 - SET MB Trac 1300 & Joskin Modulo2 slurry tank



    N2869 - SET MB Trac 1300 & trailer



    Interested? More information is available here: https://railnscale.com/2018/09/14/mb-trac-1300/

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    It can also be modified for a shunting tractor
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WF_tra...e_UCA-TRAC.JPG

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    Yes, it's a versatile machine!
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    Hi,

    I have painted the kits. Therefore I would like to show some images. Meanwhile the trailers are also available without MB Trac. The program contains the following unpainted kits:

    N2370 - MB Trac 1300



    More: https://railnscale.com/2018/09/14/mb-trac-1300/

    N2368 - Joskin Modulo2



    N2868 - SET MB Trac 1300 & Joskin Modulo2



    More: https://railnscale.com/2018/09/22/joskin-modulo2/

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    N2369 - Remorque agriculture



    N2869 - SET MB Trac 1300 & Remorque agriculture



    More: https://railnscale.com/2018/09/22/agricultural-trailer/

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    Hello,

    It's maybe a bit early to show winter theme models. But the thing is, the MB Trac 1300 Winter service is ready. So why waiting?

    N2871 - MB Trac 1300 with snow plough and salt sprayer







    The snow plough is movable to the left or right hand side.

    N2371 - Snow plough and salt sprayer



    It may not come as a surprice that the snow plough abnd salt sprayer fit perfectly on our MB Trac.

    More about these kits: https://railnscale.com/2018/10/13/mb-trac-1300-winterdienst/

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    Hello,

    The MB Trac is also suitable for ploughing. That's why we've made yet another set with the MB Trac 1300:

    N2867 - SET MB Trac 1300 with four furrows reversing plough








    The plough and ballast weight can also be ordered as seprate kit.

    N2367 - Four furrows reversing plough and ballast weight




    All mits are unpainted. More about these products: https://railnscale.com/2018/10/18/mb-trac-1300-mit-wendepflug/

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    Maurice, I think the products you make look superb and certainly fill a niche.

    But the situation I see is that while the vast majority of members on this forum model North America railroads, your products are Western European vehicles. The occasional Opel or VW is OK, but for the most part it's common, everyday Chevys, Dodges, Fords and GMCs that we need.

    I'm hoping you might consider expanding your product line to include North American vehicles, especially those of the 1950-1980s, which seem to me to be sparsest in availability. For example, the Ford Galaxy 500 was everywhere in the 1960s, but there's nothing in N scale. Or a good Ford Taurus for the guys who model the 1980-1990s.

    Thanks for your consideration.
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    Paul is right, of course. For the 1980s and 1990s, though, I think a few Toyota Corollas and Honda Civics would probably populate both North American and European layouts. As for me, some modern Skodas, Saabs, and Audis would be nice. I like what you are doing!
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    Oh yes, I didn't mean to leave out the Japanese imports! Hey, a Toyota like we had in 1979 wouldn't be amiss, or even a small Datsun pickup (remember when Nissans were Datsuns?).

    I'm still searching for a heavy truck that would carry ammonium nitrate from a loader to a coal mine. ...
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    And do you know why they where called Datsun?
    The manager at Nissan said to the secretary: “you have to find a name for our car. You have until tomorrow, at noon.” She said: “Ooohhh dat soon?”

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    Quote Originally Posted by fum View Post
    And do you know why they where called Datsun?
    The manager at Nissan said to the secretary: “you have to find a name for our car. You have until tomorrow, at noon.” She said: “Ooohhh dat soon?”
    Lexus forget that bad joke, even though it was Hyundai to have at the moment but not very Acura.
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    Hehe, Im the Master of bad jokes. So My kids tell me.

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    Hi,

    It is correct that most of our kits are suitable for European railroad layouts. However we do offer some US cars:
    Ford Escort US: https://railnscale.com/2017/10/20/ford-escort-81-us/
    Jeep Wagoneer & Cherokee: https://railnscale.com/2017/07/07/je...neer-cherokee/
    Ford Model T: https://railnscale.com/2016/07/02/fo...l-t-1912-1914/ and https://railnscale.com/2018/08/16/fo...mbulance-1916/

    And several cars, like the Mercedesses and Volvos could fit an American lay-out too.

    Meanwhile I would like to inform you about the mentioned pricing changes by Shapeways.

    What happens?
    - All RAILNSCALE products will retain the current prices until 31 December 2018.
    - From January 1, 2019, the vast majority of our products at Shapeways will be considerably more expensive.
    - Of course we try to limit the price increases as much as possible. However, this will take quite some time. As a consequence many products will remain more expensive for a considerable time during 2019.

    If you are interested in RAILNSCALE products, we advise you to order products before the end of the year. Do not wait too long, because it can be very busy at the end of December.

    Visit our website and be inspired by our offer. Or browse one of our pdf catalogs: https://railnscale.com/price-list/

    Of course we will not sit down, and we will look at other possibilities to be able to continue to provide good products in an attractive way.

    Sincerely,
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    Hi,

    The MB Trac is now also available with a with two-row cup planter!

    N2866 - SET MB Trac 1300 & two-row cup planter





    N2366 - Two-row cup planter & ballast weight


    More: https://railnscale.com/2018/10/30/mb...rlegemaschine/

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    For some reasons the inserted images are not visible? Is this a temporary bug or is this forum trying a new format?
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    They're having trouble with the server/i-net, I think? At the moment, I can see the picture. Just give Bryan a little time, it'll be back up soon.
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