Proto 2000 E-7s Seaboard Airline

Proto 2000 E-7s Seaboard Airline

Post by Phillip L. Bosti » Wed, 28 May 1997 04:00:00



They are here and they are exquisite.

At the MER/SER Asheville Convention Trainshow this past weekend, Orange
Blossom Hobbies of Miami, FL had these units.  They were dropped shipped to
them on Thursday.

The printing is sharp and excellent.  This must be one of the most difficult
paint schemes ever and P2K did an excellent job.

My hat is off to them.

Phil Bostian

 
 
 

Proto 2000 E-7s Seaboard Airline

Post by C.L.Zen » Wed, 28 May 1997 04:00:00


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> They are here and they are exquisite.

> At the MER/SER Asheville Convention Trainshow this past weekend, Orange
> Blossom Hobbies of Miami, FL had these units.  They were dropped shipped to
> them on Thursday.

> The printing is sharp and excellent.  This must be one of the most difficult
> paint schemes ever and P2K did an excellent job.

> My hat is off to them.

> Phil Bostian

Phil, you are such a TEASE!

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Proto 2000 E-7s Seaboard Airline

Post by LAWRENCE B. PLA » Wed, 28 May 1997 04:00:00



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>They are here and they are exquisite.

>At the MER/SER Asheville Convention Trainshow this past weekend, Orange
>Blossom Hobbies of Miami, FL had these units.  They were dropped shipped to
>them on Thursday.

>The printing is sharp and excellent.  This must be one of the most difficult
>paint schemes ever and P2K did an excellent job.

>My hat is off to them.

Which scheme are they in, Citrus?  If so, which hearld is on the nose,
SAL Railroad or SAL Railway?  It makes a difference.

Larry

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Phoenix, Arizona                FIDONET: Larry Platt 1:114/270
Seaboard Air Line Railroad,     "Through The Heart Of The South"
"When It's a tie at the railroad crossing, you lose" - Operation Lifesaver

 
 
 

Proto 2000 E-7s Seaboard Airline

Post by Phillip L. Bosti » Thu, 29 May 1997 04:00:00


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>Subject: Re: Proto 2000 E-7s Seaboard Airline
>Date: Tue, 27 May 1997 15:47:22 -0400

>> They are here and they are exquisite.

>> At the MER/SER Asheville Convention Trainshow this past weekend, Orange
>> Blossom Hobbies of Miami, FL had these units.  They were dropped shipped to
>> them on Thursday.

>> The printing is sharp and excellent.  This must be one of the most difficult
>> paint schemes ever and P2K did an excellent job.

>> My hat is off to them.

>> Phil Bostian
>Phil, you are such a TEASE!

No teasing, guy, I got 'em right here.  See ya.

Phil

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Proto 2000 E-7s Seaboard Airline

Post by Phillip L. Bosti » Thu, 29 May 1997 04:00:00



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>Subject: Re: Proto 2000 E-7s Seaboard Airline
>Date: 27 May 1997 21:55:33 GMT

>>They are here and they are exquisite.

>>At the MER/SER Asheville Convention Trainshow this past weekend, Orange
>>Blossom Hobbies of Miami, FL had these units.  They were dropped shipped to
>>them on Thursday.

>>The printing is sharp and excellent.  This must be one of the most difficult
>>paint schemes ever and P2K did an excellent job.

>>My hat is off to them.
>Which scheme are they in, Citrus?  If so, which hearld is on the nose,
>SAL Railroad or SAL Railway?  It makes a difference.
>Larry

Larry, yes indeed, they are in Citrus, yellow roof and all.  To be honest, I
had not had time to take them out of the box to check the herald, but I
just did and it says "Seaboard Air Line Railroad.

Is it right? or did they muff it up??

Thanks.

Phil

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>-- >Lawrence B. Platt        


Larry Platt 1:114/270>Seaboard Air Line Railroad,     "Through The Heart Of
The South">"When It's a tie at the railroad crossing, you lose" - Operation
Lifesaver