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I am wondering why we do not have an SW1500 in N scale. The mode is great and famous. Is there a change to ask a manufacturer like Atlas or Athearn do do it? I am modeling a railroad that uses Sw1200 and Sw1500 and I am sad in not have the opportunity to buy a SW1500 to my project.:confused:
I found this one here:
But this is a SW1200! So, can I conclude Con-Cor made SW1200 and sold them as SW1500?:mad: The locos are very different!
I am modeling a brazilian railroad called EFA, that use only four Sw1200, one Sw1500 and four C30-7.
Does somebody knows who produces SW1500 in N scale? I have seen some on sales, but actually they are SW1200, not SW1500. I need a real SW1500. Also I need the C30-7. Where can...
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