TT Gas cylinders 12x

Item no.:  MU-TT-A00012
TT Gas cylinders 12x - Image 1
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not suitable under 14 years

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  • Description
Brand
Modellbahn Union
product type
buildings
technical & model details
gauge TT gauge
material & finish 3D Printing Plastic Model
scale 1:120
Age notice not suitable under 14 years.
era
era IV
era V
era VI

12 gas cylinders, which are used for storing a variety of industrial gases like acetylene, oxygen, CO2 or Argon under pressure. This 3D printed set is made from grey resin and comes unpainted. The cylinders are placed on a platform for painting and can easily be taken off the platform. The cylinders can be painted with the usual hobby paints such as Revell Enamel or Revell Aqua Color.

matching products:
Modellbahn Union was founded in 1999 under the name JapanModelRailways. The focus was initially on importing railway models from Japan.
Over the years, the range has been expanded to include model making items such as aircraft and military model construction as well as model railways from other countries.
Model railways Union is the exclusive importer in Europe for the companies Microace and Modemo from Japan, Dapol from Great Britain and Os.kar from Italy.
Another focus today is the production of our own model railways and laser-cut kits as well as the ordering and sale of exclusive models from well-known manufacturers such as Liliput, Rivarossi, Arnold and Dapol. Information about the range can be found at info.modellbahnunion.com.

You can only get the Modellbahn Union models directly from us. Via our internet shops www.modellbahnunion.com for gauges Z, TT, H0, 00 and 0 as well as via www.dm-toys.de for the gauge N you have the complete available selection. You also have the opportunity to shop in our shops in Kamen and Issum. You will also find Modellbahn Union at the major model construction fairs such as Dortmund, Leipzig, Cologne and Stuttgart.