A Bi-level Paper Train

Discussion in 'Free Models' started by Kashiwazaki, Sep 1, 2009.

  1. Kashiwazaki

    Kashiwazaki KASHIWAZAKI SENA FAN!!

    This is a simple model of a bi-level train design I made a couple days ago.
    Hope you like it!
    These are some demos, so you can tell me if you're willing to assemble a trainset.

    If you're looking for a specific livery, but don't know how to make it, here's my list of liveries done so far:
    -> SBB-CFF-FFS (Switzerland), powercar included;
    -> CalTrain (USA) (shown here), powercar included;
    -> GO Transit (USA);
    -> Amtrak (USA), 80's livery;
    -> Amtrak (USA), newest livery;
    -> The three proposed liveries for the NJ Transit (USA) bi-level rail car (#3 shown here);
    -> Burlington Northern Santa Fe;
    -> NJ Transit (USA) proposed livery "Special Tiësto's EOL";
    -> SBB-CFF-FFS (Switzerland) proposed livery "Special Tiësto's EOL" (shown here).

    These current liveries can be sent within a simple email request, available in my profile; if you're posting a modded bi-level train (ONLY on Zealot Hobby Forum AND ONLY from a blank, also available by request), go for it, but remember me (the credits).

    Also remember that the requests take in max. 3 days to be satisfied.

    Thanks, and bon voyage! :wave: :thumb:

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  2. CK Styles

    CK Styles Senior Member

    Great model. I love these simple designs. Nice quick builds, but fun.
  3. hmas

    hmas Member

    Hey twains are looking up. Thanks Bilevel
  4. GitaByte

    GitaByte New Member

    I Love train models and these are Terrific!
  5. Kashiwazaki

    Kashiwazaki KASHIWAZAKI SENA FAN!!

    So, if you guys think this was cool, check out my (new, better) trainset of MP36PH-3C's + Bombardier Commuters!s


    Have fun!

    EMD SD40-2 loco, New Jersey's newest electric loco + new Bombardier Multilevels are on the way, too!
    Any other transit requests, PM me with respective request! :mrgreen:
  6. prastiajibayu

    prastiajibayu New Member


    thanks sir.....
  7. MAGI

    MAGI Member

    Alot of Great looking easy to build(for me a newbie) trains.

    Thanks for sharing.
  8. Popeman

    Popeman New Member

    These look great and are all pretty simple, thanks for sharing.
  9. stickyFingers

    stickyFingers New Member

    I showed them to my friend, his son just loves them.


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