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Online steventrain  
#1 Posted : 23 June 2012 21:06:16(UTC)
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37922 BR41 with coal tender weathered MHI limited edition, Due late 2012. RRP 479 euro.

See detail and picture in PDF (German)

http://www.mobablog.eu/2012/maerklin-mhi-37922.pdf

thanks to member 'vilithejou' for the information.

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#2 Posted : 23 June 2012 21:22:44(UTC)
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Nice loco, but I think I'll pass it up. I could get some weathering paints and make my 37925 Br41 look like this one, for only a few dollars!
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#3 Posted : 23 June 2012 22:00:42(UTC)
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First of a series of five weathered locos. A wooden display board is included.
Regards
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#4 Posted : 24 June 2012 07:44:12(UTC)
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How does the price of €479.95 compare to the unweathered version?

OK, (to answer my own question BigGrin ) according to the Markin shop the unweathered version is €429.95, so €50 cheaper.

I think I might be willing to pay an extra €50 to have a more exclusive version with factory weathering and a display stand.

On the other hand, I already have a Br41, the older 3792. Maybe I'll wait and see what the other 5 locos in the series will be.

Edited by user 24 June 2012 07:49:25(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#5 Posted : 24 June 2012 07:51:13(UTC)
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Only 50 Euros more for a wooden board with K track and the weathering. RRP for 37925 and 37927 is € 429.95.

But due to over-production, 37925 is available for about € 260 new from several dealers (the version with sound is cheaper than the version without sound).
37927 is an MHI item with best offers around € 350.

3792 is the old mould and shows a different prototype version (old boiler). The models discussed here are a new mould and represent the prototype loco with new boiler.
Regards
Tom
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#6 Posted : 24 June 2012 08:05:01(UTC)
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37922 on lokshop website but price not fixed yet.
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#7 Posted : 24 June 2012 15:19:29(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: H0 Go to Quoted Post


3792 is the old mould and shows a different prototype version (old boiler). The models discussed here are a new mould and represent the prototype loco with new boiler.



Yes, I know, Tom, but with so many loco types that I still don't have in my collection I am reluctant to get another Br41. I still don't have a Br 55 so maybe a weathered version of a Br55 might be more attractive to me.
Ray

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#8 Posted : 24 June 2012 16:54:37(UTC)
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Hi all,

Great looking BR41. ThumpUp

Ian.

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#9 Posted : 24 June 2012 19:44:00(UTC)
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I have stiil not yet decide to buy one.
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#10 Posted : 24 June 2012 22:08:24(UTC)
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Hi all,
Any closer photos of the weathering?

Dr D
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#11 Posted : 24 June 2012 22:22:30(UTC)
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Hand-made weathering, so every loco will be a bit unique. As in the past, some will be dirtier than others.
Regards
Tom
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#12 Posted : 24 June 2012 23:04:44(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: H0 Go to Quoted Post
Hand-made weathering, so every loco will be a bit unique. As in the past, some will be dirtier than others.



No Tom.
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#13 Posted : 25 June 2012 00:04:58(UTC)
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Was the 50th Birthday BR-50 hand weathered? I think that they did a great job with mine..
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#14 Posted : 25 June 2012 21:46:38(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kbvrod Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: H0 Go to Quoted Post
Hand-made weathering, so every loco will be a bit unique. As in the past, some will be dirtier than others.
No Tom.
They made a weathered version of the green bay. Gt 2x4/4, #37969. Some were rather brown, others were nearly black.
I presume they apply weathering with an airbrush - and the result depends on who is using the airbrush and how s/he is feeling.
I can't speak for the 37922, but with other weathered M* models some were dirtier than others.

Regards
Tom
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#15 Posted : 25 June 2012 23:09:17(UTC)
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Hi Tom,all,

Originally Posted by: H0 Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: kbvrod Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: H0 Go to Quoted Post
Hand-made weathering, so every loco will be a bit unique. As in the past, some will be dirtier than others.
No Tom.
They made a weathered version of the green bay. Gt 2x4/4, #37969. Some were rather brown, others were nearly black.
I presume they apply weathering with an airbrush - and the result depends on who is using the airbrush and how s/he is feeling.
I can't speak for the 37922, but with other weathered M* models some were dirtier than others.


That was NOT an attack on you or your opinion,.....sorry if I came off that way,...Sad

M is going to limit these loks to what?500?1,500+2,000+ world wide?Than they can not be hand painted,airbrushed,yes,....great collectors items to be sure.

Well,I shut the f***up then!ThumpUp

Dr D

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#16 Posted : 27 June 2012 16:25:35(UTC)
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Hello all,

The 37922 is already delivery and now on ebay.

http://www.ebay.de/sch/M...p;_trksid=p3286.c0.m1538
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#17 Posted : 28 June 2012 16:13:00(UTC)
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419 Euro from lokshop.
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#18 Posted : 28 June 2012 19:10:46(UTC)
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#19 Posted : 28 June 2012 19:42:02(UTC)
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Offline AshleyH  
#20 Posted : 30 June 2012 11:11:02(UTC)
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€409,95 now on eBay

http://www.ebay.de/itm/M...3a76815bc1#ht_759wt_1021

+ several on auction

It does seem a lot of money to me though, but then the List Price on many Märklin steamers seem to be hitting the €400 - €449,95 mark now.

Regards
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#21 Posted : 30 June 2012 17:32:57(UTC)
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According to a post on Stummi's Forum, some of the 37922 locos have an incorrect number on the loco (41 354) and the correct number on the tender (41 069).
One chap says he saw two locos with incorrect numbers at his dealer's.
Regards
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#22 Posted : 04 July 2012 07:54:09(UTC)
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Quote:
One chap says he saw two locos with incorrect numbers at his dealer's.


Yea, that's me allright. Some 50% (or more) of these models got the (wrongly printed) cabin of the 37927 (41 356).
You can see pictures of both models on my site in the PictureBook.

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Offline H0  
#23 Posted : 04 July 2012 17:44:55(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Osterthun Go to Quoted Post
Yea, that's me allright.
You were #2. The other person reported two misprinted locos at his dealer, you saw one misprinted version at your dealer (and even took pictures - thanks for the excellent pictures).
So far three misprinted locos are known, so probably this misprint is very rare.

Those three locos got the wrong cab, locos have the correct number at the front and on the tender.
Regards
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#24 Posted : 09 July 2012 16:32:05(UTC)
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One thing is so sure...it´s not worth to pay extra for dirt on the model since it´s not correct dirty.
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#25 Posted : 10 July 2012 20:48:25(UTC)
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#26 Posted : 11 July 2012 11:48:47(UTC)
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I wouldn't mind a coal fired 41 to complement my Oil fired version (37927) but make mine a clean one please Wink
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#27 Posted : 09 August 2012 07:33:34(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: H0 Go to Quoted Post
First of a series of five weathered locos. A wooden display board is included.


I would like to see BR01 next year.
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#28 Posted : 09 August 2012 10:02:34(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: xxup Go to Quoted Post
Was the 50th Birthday BR-50 hand weathered? I think that they did a great job with mine..



Mine (37847 - 50-1960) certainly is........

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#29 Posted : 10 September 2012 17:18:37(UTC)
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Arrive mine today.

More pictures, See Steventrain My Locomotives topic.

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#30 Posted : 16 December 2012 23:16:46(UTC)
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Has anybody else bought one of these?


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#31 Posted : 17 December 2012 06:27:21(UTC)
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Yes, I have one ...

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#32 Posted : 17 December 2012 18:56:15(UTC)
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37922 now complete sold out of Marklin.
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#33 Posted : 17 December 2012 19:01:28(UTC)
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Yes, I have one ...

Robert




Hello Robert.

Have you had a chance to run it with some wagons, or open it up? Impressions?


I posted some questions about the new HEM here:



http://www.marklin-users...engines--BR41-BR042.aspx


r/Thomas


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#34 Posted : 18 December 2012 06:04:02(UTC)
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Thomas,

I had to take up part of my floor bahn for the holidays so my 89 yo father wouldn't trip over it, but I had to set up a small oval last week and while it was up, I did run a few of my new locos including the 37922.I did not run it with any cars but the radius was R1 and if I remember, it ran very smooth. I did not open it up. I am busy with some projects that need to get done, but if I find time to open it up and take some pictures, are you interested?

Robert
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#35 Posted : 18 December 2012 07:45:42(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Nielsenr Go to Quoted Post
Thomas,

I had to take up part of my floor bahn for the holidays so my 89 yo father wouldn't trip over it, but I had to set up a small oval last week and while it was up, I did run a few of my new locos including the 37922.I did not run it with any cars but the radius was R1 and if I remember, it ran very smooth. I did not open it up. I am busy with some projects that need to get done, but if I find time to open it up and take some pictures, are you interested?

Robert


Robert, that would be great, thank you.


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#36 Posted : 21 December 2012 09:11:09(UTC)
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Thomas,

Don't know how good these photos are, but here they are. The motor's worm gear is definitely metal. The idler gear between the motor and the chassis looks like a typical Marklin gear ... bronze?? I could not see the gear in the chassis and wasn't about to taking it apart to get to it. I have to assume it too is metal. Hope this helps ...

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#37 Posted : 21 December 2012 14:48:16(UTC)
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Robert,

Thank you for posting the pictures, interesting stuff.


r/Thomas


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#38 Posted : 21 December 2012 16:23:58(UTC)
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#39 Posted : 21 December 2012 17:18:37(UTC)
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Good weathering, kbvrod.
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