Thank Chris,Mike, and Brian, it was fun and I will probably do another sometime down the road.
Brian its SD50 all the way. I am working on some right now. Hopefully get it painted this week weather permitting as it is really humid here right now. I know I got to get some KP stuff done. One of the SD50's I got from you will be a KP.
Thank you Bob and Robert. I know it ain't 100% correct for a UB engine but I think it looks convincing and for now it will do.
I think I said this before, I call this my repaint by a sub-contractor, hence the wrong stripes and rear number 5 on the side being the wrong size. Things I will correct if and when I build another one.
Hey Chris sorry it ha taking me so long to get a list to you on this build. There are only a few special parts on this build that are specific to the UB other wise the rest are what you would use for anyother engine.
These are specific UB parts: Horn - Utah Pacific DH-60 Nose Cluster - Sunrise Enterprises H-114 or Details West HL-200 Roof Mounted Bell - Precision Scale 39152 A/C Unit - Details West AC-158
General parts: Plow (long at pics of what engine you want to model) MU Hoses Air Hoses Rear View Mirrors - Details West RM-353 Speed Recorder Windsheild Wipers - Either the Details Associates or A-Line Air Filters
Paint specifics - Old Color - SP Lark Light Grey and UP Armour Yellow
New Color - 50/50 SP Lark Dark Grey and UP Harbor Mist Grey and Reefer Yellow
Decals - Stripes - I used Microscale 8" Barricade Stripes (Wrong Wrong Wrong), it is actually Herald King decals DS-1 and these are super hard to find, you got to look around or email Herald King and see if he is going to run more.
Lettering - Microscale Roman style
You need to go back and really look at his pictures to see what is painted what as you can tell the difference in the colors. Anyway I hope this all helps and if you have anymore questions feel free to ask
Thanks Anthony. No problem taking a little while to get back to me, this is a project for somepoint down the road, after I get my hands on an SD50 to use. When I get to building one I'll be sure to post pictures.