Light Rail Filling Station and Kiso Type Gasoline Metering Car: Kobo NANA ROKUNI Finished product 1:87(HO) 1042
Light service filling station and HO narrow (HOn2 1/2, gauge 9mm) petrol measuring car
Dimensions (approx.) : Filling station = approx. 62 x 73 x H45 mm : Petrol measuring car = approx. 19 x 28 x H28 mm
Note: The carriage has been adapted from an R-Craft carriage and can be used as a trailer
Note:LED lights are available with a power supply of 3-12V DC, with current regulation by CRD.
Note:The colour tone of the pictures may vary from the actual product due to the model and settings of your monitor.
Information edited by Sakatsu Gallery
This is a full-scratch work by "Kobo NANA ROKUNI", "Light Railway Filling Station and Petrol Metering Car", which attracts light railway and forest railway layouts.
As always, the workmanship, painting and weathering is superb!
The filling station is painted in a stylish way.
The shape of the building is very orthodox, but it is the workshop Ena-Lokuni!
The delicate expression of the window lattices and sliding doors of the shed, and the guttering, all fixed with eyebolts, is a sight to behold.
The roof can be removed and is fitted with LED lights. The roof can be removed and is fitted with LED lights.
With CRD current regulation, it can be used with a power supply from 3 to 12 V DC.
The gasoline measuring car is modeled after the one with a steel bogie, which was seen in Tajima of Kiso Forest Railway.
The pump has been carefully finished down to the last detail and is made of soldered brass, a real highlight.
As well as running as a trailer, it can also be used as a trackside structure by placing it on the included stationary platform.
Note:The colour tone of the pictures may vary from the actual product depending on your monitor model and settings.
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