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I am trying to write a piece of software to make a model train controllable in the same way that a real diesel locomotive is. Obviously I can't emulate a real diesel engine, and a functional air brake system on 1:87 scale, and certainly not using only software. So I need some insight from people...
Just wondering if I priced my engine about right...
Norfolk Southern Scale O - Diesel Engine - Atlas - GP60 [2Rail DC]
I put it for sale online for $275
(I see a 2Rail GP60 Atlas BNSF on Atlas site for $499.)
I've been out of trains for years and was given this engine! Hoping to start a...
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