I like it a lot. Particularly the paint job. The photos make me curious after your layout as well, could you share more pictures?
This might be an option:
Z scale locos beyond imagination, no doubt :D
Actually, no :)
That would be http://z-panzer.com/
Nice vehicles as well. Good to have a choice (y)
Relatively new in the market, this guy now offers a range of not only military but also civilian vehicles in Z scale that is worth looking at:...
I fully agree! And don’t forget Doroty’s house, a great kit!
I would have to agree here as well. Although these vehicle kits are amazing too, I...
Hello Jürgen, so if I understand correctly, because the MTL-couplers are larger than the original ones, the shell will not fit over the chassis...
Luke Towan made roadsigns out of a can as well. Nice youtube film:
Gary, take a look at https://www.panzer-shop.nl/en_GB/c-4819224/1-220-z/
Owner Gary has a small but nice assortment of tanks and trucks in Z. And...
RSlaserkits offers a wooden truss rod bridge...
Carl, this was posted a while back here on this board:
Well, you sure take prototypical modelling seriously (y)
Well, at the time I got one, you could also buy "Magnetanker" to glue under the couplers. I don't see those on the website anymore, but there is a...
System-Joerger works with an electro-magnet and indeed little pieces of metal to be glued under the fishhook couplers.
Gsax, for installation and wiring (analog) see my photos: https://myalbum.com/album/4Tl5aLHPa2Cq
Fantastic theme, great implementation!
This might give you some inspiration:
Your loco looks way better than the (Marklin) original!
Very nice little scenes, lot's going on on roofs that you wouldn't know about when walking down the street :)
The real achievement of the...