D&RGW Class C-28

the title is correct, not the narrow gauge K-28 but instead the standard gauge C-28 is the object of this thread.

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Two years ago Brasstrains had a selection of these brass imports from Key Imports. One was unpainted with some traces of this infamous red foam. One was painted all black and this one shown in the pictures. All 3 were offered with just the same, and i mean very special, low price. I could'nt resist and kept my eyes to this little green loco.
Several weeks later the package arrived here on the other side of the big pond.The photos were made immediately after unboxing.
This is just a introduction what i have had purchased.

I can see why you were excited to get this one. I love the drivers!
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Nice-looking locomotive, Lutz, but I wouldn't be at all surprised if you had some "modifications" in mind.

I always liked that engine!
Have a great time with it Lutz!!!!!
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