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37027 "Loch Eil"

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Precio original €170,95 - Precio original €261,95
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€170,95 - €261,95
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Clase 37/0 - 37027 "Loch Eil"

  • Periodo de mediados de la década de 1980
  • BR azul con franja blanca en el lateral de la carrocería
  • Nariz de código de cabeza dividida con cajas de código de cabeza plateadas
  • Faro delantero escocés 'estilo auto' (totalmente funcional)
  • Rejillas de morro originales
  • Revestimiento seccionado de barra amortiguadora con amortiguadores ovalados
  • Configuración de haz amortiguador de calor de vapor con tuberías de aire/vac/control/MW
  • Parabrisas originales con diseño de cabina construido
  • Techo antiguo con doble remache con escape de caldera y ventilación de techo de cabina grande
  • Bogies fabricados
  • Configuración original del tanque de combustible
  • Rejillas cantrail EE tardías
  • Relleno de agua enchapado en el lateral de la carrocería y escalones asociados
  • Se incluyen quitanieves en miniatura opcionales

                  Características comunes:

                  • Modelo a escala OO muy detallado, 1:76. 2
                  • Chasis pesado de metal fundido a presión
                  • Curvas precisas de voladizo, morro, techo de cabina y cantrail tomadas de escaneo láser 3D y estudios extensos
                  • Detalles específicos del período de tiempo, incluidos, entre otros;
                    • Bogies (Fabricados y tres variaciones de Cast)
                    • Tanques de combustible (tal como están construidos y con un tanque de combustible de largo alcance de lados lisos posterior)
                    • Early Class 37/0 cuenta con rejilla antiescarcha, panel de llenado de caldera y escalones de acceso
                    • Early Class 37/0 cuenta con pantallas iluminadas de códigos de cabecera divididos con una selección de diferentes códigos de cabecera de cuatro caracteres
                    • La clase 37/6 tiene grupos de luces WIPAC operativos y faro superior y numerosas correderas de morro diferentes, todas incluidas múltiples tomas de trabajo
                    • Tres estilos de amortiguador: Oleo redondo grande, ovalado y ovalado cuadrado
                    • Tres estilos de rejillas frontales: construidas, renovadas "divididas" y renovadas "de una sola pieza"
                    • Escape de caldera y dos estilos de panel de caldera enchapado
                    • Con o sin faldones de vigas amortiguadoras
                    • Con o sin rejillas de ventilación en el techo de la cabina y ventanas laterales de la carrocería
                    • Antenas de nariz y techo y antenas (cuando corresponda)
                    • Tres estilos de parabrisas: estándar, endurecido en el centro y totalmente endurecido
                    • Tres estilos de interior de la cabina: locomotoras DRS construidas, renovadas y modernas
                    • Cuatro variaciones de viga amortiguadora con diferentes configuraciones de tuberías
                    • Zapatos de puertas cuando corresponda
                  • Múltiples diapositivas de cuerpo y nariz para representar con precisión a casi todos los miembros de la clase, incluidas tres variaciones de la parrilla cantrail: EE inicial (para D6700-D6704), EE posterior y RSH
                  • Cuatro estilos de techo: original con doble remache, remache simple, soldado y soldado con antenas
                  • Piezas de detalle de metal grabado y plástico de alta fidelidad aplicadas por separado, que incluyen asideros, antenas, escalones, limpiaparabrisas, placas de identificación, escudos y más.
                  • Zapatos de puerta de metal grabado (cuando corresponda), rejilla "frost" (donde corresponda) y rejilla de techo de metal grabado superfino
                  • Pasamanos de alambre de ancho de escala
                  • Cuernos de latón torneado montados en el techo en el centro ejemplos de código de cabeza
                  • Detalle completo del tanque debajo de la carrocería con soportes y tuberías
                  • Los bogies cuentan con pisadas separadas, pisadas grabadas, cilindros de freno, registrador de velocidad, aparejo de freno final y cadena de freno muy fina
                  • Bloques de freno en camiones (bogies) en línea con las ruedas (se pueden mover para anchos de vía EM/P4)
                  • ¡Aún no se han revelado muchos otros detalles específicos de la locomotora!
                  • RP25-110 Ruedas de calibre OO de perfil con escala fina 'drop in' EM (18. calibre 2 mm) y P4 (18. Ruedas de calibre 83 mm) disponibles por separado
                  • Quitanieves en miniatura precisos y de alta fidelidad
                  • Amortiguadores metálicos totalmente suspendidos, tuberías extrafinas instaladas en fábrica y acoplamientos roscados
                  • Acopladores de bloqueo de tensión mini de altura correcta con enchufe NEM, así como una viga amortiguadora completamente detallada
                  • Prestado para DCC [enchufe MTX de 21 pines] o con sonido DCC de fábrica [ESU LokSound 5]
                  • Cada modelo incluye PowerPack/Banco de condensadores de energía de respaldo para hasta diez segundos de funcionamiento sin energía, iluminación sin parpadeos y sonido continuo
                  • Las versiones de sonido DCC incluyen;
                    • Chip ESU LokSound V5 DCC
                    • Tecnología de dos altavoces personalizada con;
                      • Altavoz de graves grande accurathrash
                      • Cubo estilo 'iphone' más pequeño para frecuencias más altas
                  • Tracción de alto rendimiento, para incluir;
                    • Motor de cinco polos de alta calidad con dos volantes
                    • Caja de engranajes helicoidales de metal para un rendimiento máximo y funcionamiento a baja velocidad
                    • Disposición de engranajes para que la locomotora pueda alcanzar una velocidad máxima de escala de 100 mph (160 km/h)
                    • Preparado para DCC con supercondensador PowerPack para alimentación ininterrumpida y funcionamiento a muy baja velocidad
                    • Tracción en todas las ruedas y pickup en todas las ruedas
                  • Paquete de iluminación completamente detallado, que incluye: 
                    • Iluminación direccional en DC y DCC
                    • Faros completamente funcionales por prototipo
                    • Iluminación del compartimento del motor (con motor principal visible)
                    • Grupos de luces WIPAC donde sea apropiado con configuraciones diurnas y nocturnas
                    • Iluminación de la cabina conmutada e iluminada por separado, detalles de la consola del conductor, apagado automático en movimiento
                    • Luces traseras rojas conmutables
                  • Ruedas RP25-110 Ruedas OO con disposición para volver a medir a p4 y calibre EM
                  • Radio mínimo 438 mm (2.° radio establecido-riel)

                    Customer Reviews

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                    Richard

                    Great model

                    G
                    Gary S.
                    Fabulous Class 37

                    Really impressive model, runs well, sounds great, and just love the detail. The blue stripe livery and car headlights perfectly match the 37s I was photographing on the West Highland line when I first went up there with my camera. Fabulous recreation of some wonderful memories

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                    Ashley H.
                    37 027 Loch Eil - So good, I bought it twice!

                    Possibly my favourite livery of all my Accurascale 37s. There is just something about BR Blue with the white stripe!
                    However, after later buying the sister loco , Large Logo 37 043 Loch Lomond, a friend ‘persuaded’ me that I didn’t really need 2 Scottish Class 37/0s.
                    Regretted parting with it, but luckily today I managed to secure a replacement from Accurascale.
                    Only issue I have, is that the first loco had a small part missing on delivery, a horn cover, and I am still waiting for a replacement part from Accurascale……..

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                    Paul B.
                    37 Loch Eil

                    As a professional modelmaker I appreciate the level of detail and finish to this model,
                    Bought this one dc only, after running my 37 Loch Lomond with sound I need to upgrade this to sound

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                    Michael G.
                    As expected from Accurascale

                    Owning one of the Accurascale Deltics I knew what to expect with this and I am not disappointed. Detail is exceptional (class leading), performance superb and even the instruction manual is a work of art. Railway modelling can be an expensive pastime these days so you want to get something you feel is worth the investment. Loch Eil doesn't disappoint on that front. Well done Accurascale.

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                    Stephen L.
                    Super Smooth Operation With Amazing Paint Job

                    Wasn't really planning to buy 37027 but when proper images started to appear just had to have one. All DCC/Sound models were sold out so I bought one of the last DC models plus the ESU DCC Decoder and speaker which was very easy to install thanks to a YouTuber named John. I also ran it on DC and it performed flawlessly. Packaging was also up to the usual high standard.

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                    Steven B.
                    37027 Heaven

                    Another great loco with amazing detail, great livery, working headlight is fantastic.

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                    Tony (.
                    Reminds me of 'Natural Born Bugie'!

                    'Natural Born Bugie'! - a song by 'Humble Pie' - I think I better eat some of the pie!
                    I think I've always been a bit of a sceptic about 'Accurascale'!
                    Nearly four years for folks to anticipate the class 92 (Mind - how long did I wait for an Ivatt 2-6-2T or how many years am I still waiting for a new class 25!) Then there was talk about ''bits' in the bottom of the boxes containing 'Deltic' models and more than 200 pages of 'hype' on the brilliant 'RMweb' forum about the Class 37 model!
                    I should probably explain that I am not and never will be a 'railway modeller', but I have spent a lot of time and money over the last 30+ years thinking about and buying model trains! A lot of that has been spent on Class 37 diesels, fortunately I never bought a Hornby one fitted with class 47 bogies - although it was a close run thing! A good friend fitted a lot of etched cab front windows and flush glazing to my Lima models as well as repainting many of them too! I joined a collectors club to obtain what was supposed to be the 'state of the art' model in green livery and even I could immediately see it was the wrong shape!
                    I've read every review published and over the years I have finally obtained a nice set of models depicted my favourite prototypes of the class, almost exclusively 'Celtic Fours'. Up until now I'd steered clear of 37/0s, mainly because of 'funny noses' - although now a 'nose job' has a last been done.
                    I'd looked with great interest at Accurascale's proposed 'Scottish Class 37/0' model, particularly the blue one with the white stripe. Should I / Shouldn't I? Why do I have to pre-order (What if the reviews say it's 'not right'!). Why do I have to put £30 down for something that might not live up to expectations?
                    So - when all the excellent reviews were published and satisfied customers started singing their praises - of course I'd 'missed the boat'!
                    Two weeks ago I read the review of Accurascale's 37027 in 'Rail Express' magazine, I've always felt that 'RE' published the most thorough reviews of models and never seemed to be afraid to draw attention to any shortcomings in accuracy or quality of the model being analysed. The review of 37027 was very positive and didn't highlight any areas of concern. The review prompted me to look at the Accurascale website (for the first time ever) later that night and remarkably there were two new 'Loch Eil' models for sale! I purchased one straight away - (Note this was completely out of character - I always like to look, check and test any model in the shop before I buy it!).
                    Ordering via the website was easy / confirmation of the payment immediate and confirmation of address details and despatch information were received the next morning. Tracking information for the package was excellent, even when I had to change the deliver point from my home address to a nearby DHL delivery point (necessary as my new grandson arrived on the day the package was due to arrive - confirming the meaning of 'delivery date'!).
                    Ordered late on Monday night, despatched on Tuesday, I collected it on Thursday and the delivery point had had it for 24 hours!
                    The packaging to protect the model against damage in the post was excellent as are the quality of the box and associated protection in which the model is presented. There were no 'bits' in the bottom of the box and nothing loose, bent or marked on the model. When put on the track, the model ran smoothly and silently straightaway and looks every bit as good as I dared to hope. Well done Accurascale - Thank You for great service and for producing such a good model - so much so that I've ordered a 'Deltic' (via C & M Models at Carlisle) - I'd never really contemplated buying a 'Deltic' before, it doesn't 'fit in' with my model railway 'plans' , but 'Nimbus' was the first one I saw, at Leeds back in 1976 and I only saw that one time.
                    I'm full of 'Humble Pie' now!
                    PS:- one question, my 37027 operates on DC, can I turn the red tail lights off whilst leaving the front marker and headlamps on when running?

                    Many thanks for the kind review! Having just passed our fifth birthday it’s great to hear we are getting it right. Under the magnetic roof you’ll find a set of micro switches for DC use, which control the head, tail and interior lighting.

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                    BigGee
                    Awesome

                    Fabulous new model of the class 37 with great new features like the working car headlight. Very happy with my model.

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                    Simon F.
                    37027

                    Another quality addition to the fleet.

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