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    Where to get an N-scale Streamlined NYC Hudson

    Happy New Year!

    As a newbee, I want to ask this first question - where to find/get an N-scale streamlined 4-6-4 NYC J-3a Hudson? This is for my 9-year old son's birthday.

    I have seen on the internet stories, pictures, descriptions about this train aka 20th Century Limited Streamliner (?). But I have not found a place that sells the model train yet.

    Thanks for your help.

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    Ebay......
    Key did a Brass version thats rather pricey, and then Con-Cor did a model too, easier on the wallet. Both show up on EBay every now and then.
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    Heres a review of the engine in plastic. Scroll down for a picture of that version.
    Con-Cor 4-6-4 NYC Class J-3a Hudson

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    And a picture of the Brass version....
    Key/Samhongsa (Brass) 4-6-4 NYC J-3a Hudson

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    Thanks. Will watch ebay then...

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    Well, I have posted this text in the other thread:

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    Check here please:
    N-Scale Locomotive Encyclopedia

    There are 3 models: 2 Con-Cor (Con-Cor 4-6-4 NYC Class J-3a Hudson) and 1 Key (Key/Samhongsa (Brass) 4-6-4 NYC J-3a Hudson).

    And Con-Cor apparantly has them in stock:
    All-Railroad's 'N' Scale Hudson Locomotive
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