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Friday, October 9th 2015, 8:19pm

Selbstbau Pwgs41

http://dieters-seite.npage.de/wagen-pwgs-41.html

Hi,

Hat jemand das Chassis zu erkennen?

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Friday, October 9th 2015, 8:23pm

Hallo Tim,

das Fahrwerk scheint von 0-Scale-Models zu stammen - ob Kesselwagen oder offener Wagen kann ich nicht erkennen.

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Friday, October 9th 2015, 9:21pm

Georg,

Thank you

Nun, ich muss ein geeignetes Modell aus OSM finden

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Saturday, October 10th 2015, 12:52am

Hello Tim,

I think I've seen those paper templates before ... some years ago... on my writing desk... I tried to build it from brass sheets, but after some hours of rasping I stopped the project. I think I finished the front walls...

The basic idea and the templates were published by Frank Wieduwilt on www.modellbahnfrokler.de, a website on scratch-building and clever improvements for model railroads. They're H0-scale. There are better drawings in the 6th volume of Stefan Carstens' books on freight wagons and a very detailed copy of the original Pwgs 38 drawings in the additional MIBA-report on guard's vans.

If I were you, I wouldn"t use the chassis of a freight wagon from the early days of the DR. The trapezoidal springs are too short. Pwgs had a suspension with a lower spring rate (like two axled coaches), so they were running more comfortable than an empty freight wagon. I think the running gear of an "Oppeln" would be much better in appearance, though I don't think they are 100 % correct either.

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Saturday, October 10th 2015, 11:23pm

Hallo Tim,

brauchst keinen Wagen zerlegen, kannst bei Schnellekamp das Fahrwerk kaufen.
Siehe: http://spur-0-kaufhaus.de/epages/f972527…6/Products/1690

Mit freundlichen Grüßen
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