SOLD: LGB 2070D Austrian NG 0-6-2T with DCC fitted £120 + £10 P&P

idlemarvel

idlemarvel

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This is a model of the ubiquitous U series of Austrian narrow gauge 0-6-2 tank engines. This particular one is U43 that ran on the Murtalbahn 760mm narrow gauge line. This is a black model from the late 1970s, later models of the 2070D were grey.

It is fitted with a Massoth M decoder (address 4) giving independent control of front and rear lights (F0) and cab lights (F2). It also has Massoth eMotion Powercap micro stay-alive capacitor set fitted. The original smoke generator is still there but not connected. I don't know if it still works.

Considering it is 40 years old it is in pretty good condition. The whistle on top of the cab is missing and the front snow-plough got broken somewhere over its life, but the assembled parts of that are included. All the lights work, the driver doors both work, and the smoke box door opens and the latches are still there. Some of the "chrome plating" on the plastic con rods has worn off. I have taken one of the weights out to make room for the decoder and stay-alive but that is included as well. The loco runs well including at low speeds and the stay-alive means it can cross R1 points and any other track power break no problem. The (yellow) box is in reasonable condition. Documentation for the loco and decoders is included.

PM me if interested. Postage is to UK only, I may consider posting overseas.

If you want to run it as analog/DC then I’m prepared to remove the decoder and stay-alive and offer it at a lower price.

Also I will consider (part or full) exchange for a Stainz, any model that has skates, especially if it has a decoder fitted.

Lots of pictures and video clip below.

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ebay mike

ebay mike

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Message on it's way Dave.
 
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Martin the train nut

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This is a model of the ubiquitous U series of Austrian narrow gauge 0-6-2 tank engines. This particular one is U43 that ran on the Murtalbahn 760mm narrow gauge line. This is a black model from the late 1970s, later models of the 2070D were grey.

It is fitted with a Massoth M decoder (address 4) giving independent control of front and rear lights (F0) and cab lights (F2). It also has Massoth eMotion Powercap micro stay-alive capacitor set fitted. The original smoke generator is still there but not connected. I don't know if it still works.

Considering it is 40 years old it is in pretty good condition. The whistle on top of the cab is missing and the front snow-plough got broken somewhere over its life, but the assembled parts of that are included. All the lights work, the driver doors both work, and the smoke box door opens and the latches are still there. Some of the "chrome plating" on the plastic con rods has worn off. I have taken one of the weights out to make room for the decoder and stay-alive but that is included as well. The loco runs well including at low speeds and the stay-alive means it can cross R1 points and any other track power break no problem. The (yellow) box is in reasonable condition. Documentation for the loco and decoders is included.

PM me if interested. Postage is to UK only, I may consider posting overseas.

If you want to run it as analog/DC then I’m prepared to remove the decoder and stay-alive and offer it at a lower price.

Also I will consider (part or full) exchange for a Stainz, any model that has skates, especially if it has a decoder fitted.

Lots of pictures and video clip below.

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This is a model of the ubiquitous U series of Austrian narrow gauge 0-6-2 tank engines. This particular one is U43 that ran on the Murtalbahn 760mm narrow gauge line. This is a black model from the late 1970s, later models of the 2070D were grey.

It is fitted with a Massoth M decoder (address 4) giving independent control of front and rear lights (F0) and cab lights (F2). It also has Massoth eMotion Powercap micro stay-alive capacitor set fitted. The original smoke generator is still there but not connected. I don't know if it still works.

Considering it is 40 years old it is in pretty good condition. The whistle on top of the cab is missing and the front snow-plough got broken somewhere over its life, but the assembled parts of that are included. All the lights work, the driver doors both work, and the smoke box door opens and the latches are still there. Some of the "chrome plating" on the plastic con rods has worn off. I have taken one of the weights out to make room for the decoder and stay-alive but that is included as well. The loco runs well including at low speeds and the stay-alive means it can cross R1 points and any other track power break no problem. The (yellow) box is in reasonable condition. Documentation for the loco and decoders is included.

PM me if interested. Postage is to UK only, I may consider posting overseas.

If you want to run it as analog/DC then I’m prepared to remove the decoder and stay-alive and offer it at a lower price.

Also I will consider (part or full) exchange for a Stainz, any model that has skates, especially if it has a decoder fitted.

Lots of pictures and video clip below.

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I would be very interested in purchasing this, I do not need the decoder fitted as I an only analogue are you still prepared to sell at a reduce amount. I
 
idlemarvel

idlemarvel

Neither idle nor a marvel
13 Jul 2015
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Sorry Martin it's already been promised to another member, I did change the title. :-(