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Re: Bowser Airslide Hopper December 2017 Release
« Reply #15 on: March 18, 2017, 12:30:51 PM »
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Are licensing fees keeping MT from those schemes?

Doubtful.

Well, the Wonder Bread isn't a 4180 airslide (it's larger ... 4566 I think), so if they want to stay proto we won't see that one.

As for the Brach's (and others) - see Tangent.  ;)

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Re: Bowser Airslide Hopper December 2017 Release
« Reply #16 on: March 18, 2017, 12:42:30 PM »
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so if they want to stay proto we won't see that one.

I have a bunch of Evans covered hoppers painted up as Magor cars that says otherwise.*  :D

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Re: Bowser Airslide Hopper December 2017 Release
« Reply #17 on: March 19, 2017, 01:46:27 PM »
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Doubtful.

Well, the Wonder Bread isn't a 4180 airslide (it's larger ... 4566 I think), so if they want to stay proto we won't see that one.

As for the Brach's (and others) - see Tangent.  ;)

Well, MT has on occasion applied a scheme to the wrong body style if it was close enough. On occasion.

And Tangent might have been willing to pay any fees.


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Yeah, but they look identical. I think the only difference was steel vs. aluminum construction. 

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Re: Bowser Airslide Hopper December 2017 Release
« Reply #18 on: March 19, 2017, 06:52:12 PM »
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Well, MT has on occasion applied a scheme to the wrong body style if it was close enough. On occasion.

And Tangent might have been willing to pay any fees.

Yeah, but they look identical. I think the only difference was steel vs. aluminum construction.

Evans 4780 had ribbed roof, Magor 4750 had extra bracing on the slope sheets.   Most of the early Magor 4750's had the high-mounted brakewheels.