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    Micro Metakit Italian FS Heavy Articulated Mallet Class 623  
        

    Micro Metakit 08803H

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    System Scale Country Era Railway
    DC HO Italy I FS
    Micro Metakit 08803H - Italian FS Heavy Articulated Mallet Class 623

    Product Features and Details
    HO Scale DC Era I 

    Prototype:  The Italian class 623 heavy articulate Mallet was originally a Hungarian locomotive.  It was built by Maschinenfabrik MAV Budapest in 1913 and remained in service until after WWII.  The class 623 was fitted with a class 'M' three axle tender and a large air tank on top of the boiler.  The class 623 was a strong locomotive and used for medium and heavy freight service through out.

    Model:  Micro Metakit first introduced the plans to build this model in 2004.  Articulated Mallet locomotives have always been considered the most interesting types of steam locomotives.  Micro Metakit's BR 51 will be a HANDMADE functional work of art.  The locomotive will be constructed out of brass with extensive detail.  It will be fully articulated just like the prototype.  Model will feature full interior cab details, sprung loaded puffers, functional boiler door and much more.  Six versions will be produced but they are very limited, only about 300 will be produced worldwide.  Model will be delivered sometime in September of 2009.


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