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  coreyraff Station Master

For anyone that can make it the unannounced model will be available for Australian modeller online from Saturday too

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  lkernan Deputy Commissioner

Location: Melbourne
48/830 and RUB passenger car samples are up on the Facebook page.
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.

Fishbelly samples are also on facebook.
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.
BGGX is the surprise release
  coreyraff Station Master

Price?
Are they single packs or 4pks?
  coreyraff Station Master

Never mind found them on australian modeller shop. 4pk for $280. 2 different pack numbers available. Pity they didnt do them single packs to so you could make all 9 of the wagons.
  ed31880 Train Controller

New BGGX packs are numbered VGH49 and VGH50. The steel version GJF pack numbers end at VGH38. Not sure if I a have missed something, what are packs VGH39-48?
  Just The Tip Junior Train Controller

Location: Danger zone
New BGGX packs are numbered VGH49 and VGH50. The steel version GJF pack numbers end at VGH38. Not sure if I a have missed something, what are packs VGH39-48?
ed31880
Eventual reruns with different numbers?
  Streamliner Junior Train Controller

Location: NSW South Coast
What do you buy for the man who has his own 1:1 scale trainset? The HO scale version of course!
  Streamliner Junior Train Controller

Location: NSW South Coast
Also if SSR could buy the Barossa wine train that would be great, then we could all have RTR Bluebirds.
  davesvline Chief Commissioner

Location: 1983-1998
A very good point ed31880.

I suspect those 11 numbers missing are for the next batches of Victorian grain hoppers. Ie:
- RTR the steam era models could be 6 packs
- longer version VHHY/F and VHEY/F. This could probably be 5 packs


Just my theory. But I'm saving for it in case.



Regards
  kingfisher Chief Train Controller

A very good point ed31880.

I suspect those 11 numbers missing are for the next batches of Victorian grain hoppers. Ie:
- RTR the steam era models could be 6 packs
- longer version VHHY/F and VHEY/F. This could probably be 5 packs


Just my theory. But I'm saving for it in case.



Regards
davesvline
In reply to a comment on their Facebook page Auscision  indicated that they will at some stage also be releasing their own version of the BGSY Grain Hoppers and I'll bet that they won't be $100 each.
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.
A very good point ed31880.

I suspect those 11 numbers missing are for the next batches of Victorian grain hoppers. Ie:
- RTR the steam era models could be 6 packs
- longer version VHHY/F and VHEY/F. This could probably be 5 packs


Just my theory. But I'm saving for it in case.



Regards
davesvline
I wont divulge anything secret I was told about future grain hopper plans. Instead I'll show this old post from Andrew Smilehttp://andrewsmainsouthline.blogspot.com.au/2014/08/the-caulfield-report-2014.html and then this newer post http://andrewsmainsouthline.blogspot.com.au/2016/08/caulfield-2016-report.html
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.
RMX have arrived in Australia, pre order price ends Friday. Those with a keen eye will have noticed the RMX page was revamped quite a few months ago,  perhaps including a hint or two about unannounced models. Wink
  lkernan Deputy Commissioner

Location: Melbourne
Their words not mine:

Its in SSR! Why wouldn't we be making it.

  ed31880 Train Controller

Has there been any news on the O scale 45 class?  Are the order forms available yet?
  kingfisher Chief Train Controller

Has there been any news on the O scale 45 class?  Are the order forms available yet?
ed31880
Have a look at the web site.
  ed31880 Train Controller

Thanks kingfisher. Just assumed that because there was no product page that there was no order form. The only other reference I could find to them was in their blog from January 2015 saying that production would take place around May/ June 2015.
  kingfisher Chief Train Controller

Thanks kingfisher. Just assumed that because there was no product page that there was no order form. The only other reference I could find to them was in their blog from January 2015 saying that production would take place around May/ June 2015.
ed31880
I would assume the reason for there being no Product Page is because all the O gauge road number and paint schemes were covered with their HO gauge releases and also the Prototype Overview for the HO gauge models is equally applicable to both gauges.
  brissim Chief Train Controller

Auscision have somewhat of a track record of having the Order Forms available before the corresponding Product Page appears. The best example of this was the 48/830 Product page which appeared only relatively recently, I recall more than 12 months after the Order Forms for both the 48 and 830 appeared in the Order Page.

Tony
  2LaGrange Train Controller

Auscision have somewhat of a track record of having the Order Forms available before the corresponding Product Page appears. The best example of this was the 48/830 Product page which appeared only relatively recently, I recall more than 12 months after the Order Forms for both the 48 and 830 appeared in the Order Page.

Tony
brissim
Don't know about them having a track record for such things. The only products I'm aware of that did not have an order page up on website when order forms were released was O45 and 48/830 and I guess with something like 40 different 48/830 class it would be a massive job to do those order pages with so much artwork and variant information involved. Considering how many products they have produced or going to produce I think they have a great track record of keeping us informed and producing models we want.
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.
My prediction was right, the RMX page confirms a few unannounced wagons are now available including an SCT PQFY, and PN's RCJY and RQKY. http://www.auscisionmodels.com.au/RMX%20Container%20Wagon.htm
  meh Chief Commissioner

Location: Sydney
My prediction was right, the RMX page confirms a few unannounced wagons are now available including an SCT PQFY, and PN's RCJY and RQKY. http://www.auscisionmodels.com.au/RMX%20Container%20Wagon.htm
Poath Junction
Good call.

The next wagon to be released with unannounced models will surely be the NODY and variants. They've already put an RCOY wagon sample on their Facebook, and there would surely be more (NR liveried RKLY for one).

Cheers
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.
"Our Southern Aurora Passenger Trains will arrive in 2 weeks. The pre-order price will end on Sunday 11th of September. All orders must be received before this date to qualify for the discounted price. Please note that NPS-14 Southern Aurora with working Blue Neon Sign are nearly sold out, and we are getting very low on the add on sets especially the Brisbane Limited pack. Get your orders in to avoid missing out." - https://www.facebook.com/auscisionmodels/
  Roachie Chief Commissioner

Location: Kadina SA (formerly NSW)
Got my RMX (pack #1) in the post yesterday but didn't get around to opening it til today.

As usual, beautiful models......but the orange bogies will *NEED* some weathering before they hit the rails. They look very plastic-ee!!! Good weight, so they will ride well even without a load.

Roachie

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