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August 11 2017 at 10:34 AM
Pascal Leroux  (Login LEROUXPASCAL)
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Response to Thank you gentlemen...

firstable, I have two unbuilt wagons from CMK since years and they are not (yet !!) wraped or something...
If you want to built the "top" of the wagon, I wander why you don't built it from scratch in full .....
some links which can help you in that way :
http://web.hs-merseburg.de/~nosske/EpocheII/fg/e2f_gwix.html
go to the last page "G├╝terwagen der Kriegs-Bauarten"
"Your" wagon is the "Omm Linz", the first one...

http://www.modellbahnfrokler.de/archiv/100/
for that one, go to the "O Wagen" page. You can see all the drawing when you open the "Zu Vorschau Seite", but you can go also directly to the "Omm 32 Linz" page 77;78 and 79....
you can also open all the differents pages, there are a lot to see...

an other and last link by LZ Models :
http://www.lzmodels.com/135-German-Ommr-Flatbed44.html
don't forget to open the "assembly instructions on CD and download : HERE "
and here also, you can open the other page, those of the G10 Covered wagon for example (Which misses us considerably since the disappearance of the wagons from Mig...)

Pascal


    
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  1. Thanks for the links, very informative n/t - Piotr Pyrczak on Aug 11, 2017, 9:39 PM
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