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Paquete doble de portafrascos nucleares KUA

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Un paquete doble de ambos vagones de matraces KUA Nuclear en OO.
Estos impresionantes vagones fueron construidos por Bombardier / Prorail of Wakefield en 1998 y diseñados para transportar combustible nuclear gastado de los submarinos nucleares de la Royal Navy desde sus bases en Devonport y Rosyth hasta Sellafield para su eliminación y, por lo general, funcionaban con locomotoras de dos cabezas Clase 37/6. (también disponible en Accurascale aquí)
  • Modelo a escala muy detallado y preciso
  • Piezas de detalle montadas en fábrica (tubos de freno, portalámparas, etc.)
  • Detalles metálicos grabados en fábrica donde sea necesario
  • Tubería montada en fábrica
  • Topes de metal con resortes
  • Marco inferior completamente detallado
  • Ruedas de disco de metal ennegrecido de 12 mm sobre ejes de metal, juegos de perfiles RP25.110 con 14,4 mm de espalda con espalda y 26 mm sobre puntas
  • Bolsillos de acoplador NEM instalados en soportes 'cinemáticos' con acopladores de bloqueo de tensión estrechos proporcionados
  • Varias piezas de chasis de fundición a presión para un peso ideal sobre los ejes
  • Longitud del vagón, amortiguador a amortiguador de 325 mm (650 mm para el par de vagones)

Customer Reviews

Based on 31 reviews
Michael Hodgson
Brilliant model, finely applied livery

Fantastic model, a most unlikely prototype for an RTR manufacturer to produce because of its scarcity.
Excellent attention to detail, beautifully finished.
Outside my usual era, but I just couldn't resist this pair.

Alan Schofield
Wow factor straight from the box

Wow first impressions from the box, tested these behind my DRS cl68 and I have to say they run so smoothly on all track these are just 10 out of 10 all round .I'd definitely recommend these

Lance Mcdonald
The game changer wagon

Just like all manufacturers, you always tend to go with something small to begin with. When accurascale became known to me, it all began with the already highly anticipated PFA wagons.

I was blown away with the amount of work, detail and time which went into making the PFA wagon alone such a detailed and cost friendly wagon.

However the KUA by accurascale. Things changed

I was first discouraged by the price when I first saw the wagons at my local stockist, but when I got a hold of them, that’s when the game changed.

Purchased the wagons and my discouragement turned into pure joy and the sense of being blown away engulfed me. The wagons are detailed above what anyone could expect yet alone me. Right down to the signage, paint work, railings. Everything.

What astounded me, was the shear weight of these wagons, to the point the car may not have moved. (Ok bit of emphasise XD) but seriously these KUA wagons are monsters, and you get a sizeable train don’t forget from just TWO wagons.

£159.99. More than reasonable for the price and every penny is deserved for accurascale. This is the game changer and if products like this are being produced, it makes you wonder;

What surprises do accurascale have next?

Awesome work and please keep the wagons and locos coming. For anyone who has not yet made investment into accurascale, well these KUAs prove why you should.


Lance McDonald

George Henderson
So much detail

Accurascale have surpassed them selfs AGAIN… I see they (quite rightly) have won awards for this fantastic model. I’m a great fan of this company because the quality is up there with the best in the world ( my opinion )
The detail in this model is awesome and very accurate.
Although my misses has taken it for my CHRISTMAS PRESSIE so I was only allowed a small glimps of it and a little hold of it just to check for damages before it gets hidden away for the big Santa day.
100% perfect in every way and also a good weight to it.
Can’t wait till Christmas and I’ll see it again lol
Highly recommended you won’t be disappointed

Darren Goddard

The title says it all