For those who are interested in Swiss brass locos and trains, SZL was one of the most perfect choices. A few of these jewels I can offer you today. All of them are unused collector items; - 1012 - 4001 - 4003 - 4004 - 3010
For reference to the SZL numbers please view the attached original SZL information.
If you combine 4001 and 3010, you have the unique possibility to make a SBB Re 10/10 pull your train. (in this case with green locos, as they served so many years).
(picture courtesy of Jens Wimmel)
Want to know more? Follow these links: -http://zettzeit.ch/2015-10-17-16-00-54/elektroloks/die-sbb-re-4-4-ii-in-vorbild-und-modell -http://zettzeit.ch/2015-10-17-16-00-54/elektroloks/die-sbb-re-6-6-in-vorbild-und-modell
Here is a very nice picture by SZL - making the case.
I could swop 2 SZL sets with 3 SF C44-9W (three different road numbers). www.zscalemonster.com/azl/c44/1815.jpg May be a bad deal for me since I am not modelling the 90ties. However, it may be attractive for you to swop one more time with me towards steam. Let me know if you are interested. Best, Sven
PS: Thereby, the 4004 is gone. I am still holding 4001 and 3010 for you, J. Feed-back to my message would be appreciated.
In the context of Z scale in Switzerland one has to mention Peter Rechsteiner who passed away much too early. He was a big very active supporter of Z scale and was one of the first who promoted AZL and SZL in Europe. Z-Bahn was his last big thing he did. Fantastic Swiss rolling stock in exactly 1:220! Take a look at this flyer - pictures by Jens Wimmel
One set of the very rare, limited "Silvern Italiens" is sold. Two more sets are available. But that's it!
Here you find a picture by Jens Wimmel (ZettZeit) of brass models by SZL, Z-Bahn, Z-Modellbau, Freudenreich, and Jens' own Swiss production of brass models. Take a closer look.............. www.zettzeit.ch/shop/