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Online MikeWilliams

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Re: over - priced dyak, but with heritage #Sale
« Reply #1 on: Oct 12 2021 19:55 »
Seems to have been sold very quickly?  Interesting pedigree which would be nice to research.

Mike

Offline Andy B

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Re: over - priced dyak, but with heritage #Sale
« Reply #2 on: Oct 12 2021 22:05 »
Miike,
Not sold, just relisted.
There seemed to be something wrong with the original ad as the photos wouldn't select (not for me, anyway).
New link - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/265358073846?ViewItem=&item=265358073846
Whilst it is a nice history to have gained a VHC at the 1937 MEE, that hardly places it in the league of the starting price.

Andy

Offline AshleyW

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Re: over - priced dyak, but with heritage #Sale
« Reply #3 on: Oct 13 2021 09:33 »
i did contact the vendor and pointed out that we regularly see dyaks and that they usually gor for 1750-2000 for runners, so he must have had a re-think on price. still twice as much as it should be, could make some one a nice loco though.

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Re: over - priced dyak, but with heritage #Sale
« Reply #4 on: Oct 13 2021 09:35 »
looks like left hand cab roof is joined half way up the window side too, but not on other side, pity.

Offline Chris_P

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Re: over - priced dyak, but with heritage #Sale
« Reply #5 on: Oct 15 2021 09:01 »
A cheaper example https://www.stationroadsteam.com/2-12-inch-gauge-dyak-2-6-0-stock-code-9689/

SRS is also listing other 2.5 inch models