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Custom or HO???
#1
Interesting trams, is it a custom with a Plarail Advance chassis or is this an HO model with battery (LINK) that can run on a blue rail?



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according to the youtube video description, it appears it is using a plarail advance chassis
I used the google translate and I got the following translation:

Remodeled Plarail Advance is Hanamaki Electric Railway's Deha 3. Only with Plarail Advance, you can pass each other's last track, but Hanamaki Electric Railway seems to be a single track.

The only battery operated train in HO i am aware of is built by Atlas.    HO gauge should be wider than Plarail advance.

Here is a video showing an Atlas battery operated HO scale Amtrak. 



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Wish the maker of the video would have at least shown either the inside or the bottom of the train or a little more information on what they did.
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I love streetcars and those are just too cool!

Bonus points for the C58 SL Ginga in the background. That’s still on my Plarail want list.
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