• Not a cheap part! - whoward69
  • No, but you could just as easily build the locomotive in any number of alternate colors. On the other hand, I have about 8 or 9 of those yellow arches, now. :)
  • I'm pretty sure Will has something of the order of more than that ;) - gambort
  • Cheap compared to the price of the tender train baseplate. - zamboni_driver

The Tequila Sunrise

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Custom instructions, coming soon to my Bricklink shop.

EDIT: Now available!

www.bricklink.com/store.asp?p=AggieSava

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  1. StoryWriter 49 months ago | reply

    That's hot. I love the colors Sava.

  2. wunztwice 49 months ago | reply

    Ho man! I really wish I could buy a set of these, really a classy workup. I especially love the end of the gray stripe on the observation car!

  3. SavaTheAggie 49 months ago | reply

    Thanks all. I would have put these up for sale already, but I have to fix the observation car instructions first. You'll notice the upper white stripe does not continue through the stripe transition in the middle of the car. It's a simple matter of changing two 1x3 plates (one per side) from light grey to white, but necessitates recreating the instructions altogether.

  4. SavaTheAggie 49 months ago | reply

    The Tequila Sunrise instructions are now available for purchase in my BL shop. Link is in the photo description.

  5. StoryWriter 49 months ago | reply

    ^ Will it just be the instructions or will you try and eventually make these a real item?

  6. SavaTheAggie 49 months ago | reply

    At least for now, I've given up selling actual kits. It takes a lot of up front investment and they have a much smaller market. There are more people willing to pay $4 or $5 for a set of instructions than there are willing to shell out $100 for a custom set.

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