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Tomytec new ‘The Trailer Collection’ #2 picture

Here is a sample of what the items in the series ‘should’ look like – they are from top-bottom/left-right …

  • Mitsubishi Fuso ‘Super Great’ with K Line 20′ container on chassis
  • Nissan Diesel with K Line 40′ container on chassis
  • Hino Profia with NYK Logistics 20′ container on chassis
  • Mitsubishi Fuso ‘Super Great’ with NYK Logistics 40′ container on chassis
  • Nissan Diesel with MOL (new logo) 20′ container on chassis
  • Hino Profia with MOL (old logo) 40′ container on chassis
  • Nissan Diesel with Ryukyu Kaiun 20′ container on chassis
  • Nissan Diesel with un-named 20′ container on chassis
  • Nissan Diesel with Heavy Trailer
  • Hino HH (old type) with Heavy Trailer

trailer-2.jpg

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January 16, 2007 - Posted by | Tomytec

5 Comments »

  1. The “plain” Nissan that was mentioned in the list is actually Nittsu Soji tractor head, however the the container is unmarked. Could it be that Nittsu is renting tractor head for other company? As in Ryukyu Marine, they probably rent the tractor head, because it’s unmarked. Hehehe…just a thought!

    Comment by Bram | May 10, 2007 | Reply

  2. Do you want any specific ones, or just any of whichever ones I don’t need ??

    Don’t forget that Hogarakadou and Platz also make many fine (specifically Japanese) containers, but not the ISO types.

    Comment by redracer | January 26, 2007 | Reply

  3. I might just want to relieve you of those then. 🙂

    Comment by Phil | January 26, 2007 | Reply

  4. Well I will probably be chopping up some of the rigs for a secret project soon, so I may have some spare containers left over …

    Comment by redracer | January 24, 2007 | Reply

  5. I do wish they’d make the containers from this set, and set #1, available seperately. I’d like to acquire enough containers for a (short!) train or two, and buying them with the trailers and tractors seems very inefficient – despite the fact that they’re fairly cheap anyway.

    Comment by Phil | January 24, 2007 | Reply


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