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  1. #11
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    Hi

    Thank you for your praise! I've never expected that.
    OK, I try to release the three locos for you.
    But first I will modify some little details to make it perfect.
    I tell you when I finished it in the next few days.

    @burgerbern
    You do not need SLI's permission to release those , permission is already given, you just need to follow the rules set out by SLI for doing it as found here

    http://www.streamlines.ca/policies.html
    Thank you! That makes it much easier for me.

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    Pretty good mix of paint and photo
    Work Safe play hard

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    Love the paint and the rusted one I would download it for sure all three of them nice work man keep it up. =)

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    Really like the rust on that Amtrak as well. Great paint jobs on them!

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    Great job, but did they really run them that rusty? That condition looks more like something you would see in the OHCR deadline or outside MMA's Derby Shops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 151olli View Post
    Hi

    I will show you three of my newest Repaint-Projects about the new SLI-F40PH.
    A few years ago i did some Amtrak-Repaints for the old NALW F40PH.
    Now I try to put these projects into the SLI-Engine.
    Thats a lot of work, nerves and much more time...
    Three month ago I began to work on it.

    And here are three of my first SLI-Repaints. Let's go...


    Amtrak NPCU #90368
    (I did a NALW-Version of it in 2007)


    Of course with closed fans and exhaust...



    The next one:

    Rio Grande SKYTRAIN as AMTK #289



    Both together .... say cheeeeeeese



    And at last my newest repaint.

    Amtrak #307
    Look at these "old girl"






    OK, that's all for today.

    What do you think about it?
    Should I try to ask SLI for authorisation to publicize it?
    Are you interested of these repaints?
    Please feel free and tell me your opinion. Thanx!

    P.S. Sorry for my bad english

    Regards from Germany,
    Olli
    quick question,when will the NPCU be released?that NPCU would be awesome on chicago and michigan corridor amtrak trains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by csx101 View Post
    quick question,when will the NPCU be released?that NPCU would be awesome on chicago and michigan corridor amtrak trains.
    When you quote something with pictures, you should always remove all the unnecessary pictures from the post....
    Southern Pacific Transportation Company

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    Quote Originally Posted by nat View Post
    When you quote something with pictures, you should always remove all the unnecessary pictures from the post....
    thanks for pointing that out,i dont know how to take the unnecessary pics out though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeBlossom View Post
    Great job, but did they really run them that rusty? That condition looks more like something you would see in the OHCR deadline or outside MMA's Derby Shops.
    That is what I was thinking as well. #307 reminds me of the one sitting at the shops at Derby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by csx101 View Post
    thanks for pointing that out,i dont know how to take the unnecessary pics out though.
    Remove the [img] and [/img] tags and text in between.
    Nick - Creator of the Virtual Railroading Review Show

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