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[MOC] RENFE 446 Cercanias

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Dear all EB users,

From MTRkustoms Railworks we have the honor of presenting the RENFE 446 Cercanias Electric units,

This train has an import significant for me as is the train where i pass a lot of time in my life in my daily travel to work.

446 series was a specially designed train to provide a proximity service in the early 80s and the previous series, the 440s were insufficient for the huge amount of passengers in the big cities of Spain.

This units have 2400kW of power and a maximum speed of 100km/h. both side driving units and 3 pairs of doors in each car

MODEL SPECS

Lenght: 180 studs / 144cm

Wide: 7 wide

Height: 11 bricks (13 bricks with raised phantograph)

Weight: 2200g

Others: Turns in R40 but looks awful, much better in R104 or smooth curves.

Comparison with real model

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More pictures

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Chassis and 9v-PF connection (this model have a 9v motor connected to a PF motor in order to take current from 9v rails and increase the power and traction with no more expensive 9v motors)

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This train in 90s was frequently vandalized, so this is my personal tribute with a full graffiti side

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More pics and full resolution pics in Flickr Album

Enjoy it :laugh:

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Great job! Although I don't like graffiti in general I think it gives your train a bump to more realism :wink:

Will we see more from you anytime? :grin:

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Very realistic look, especially with the graffities. I also like the work you put into the detailed roof with all the grills and the pantograph :wub:

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Very nice work. The shape of the prototype lends itself well to LEGO form.

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Great work. An excellent rendition of the real train. The looks and details are spot on. Although I am not sure about the graffiti. I think I prefer the clean one.

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like the graffiti. Makes it a real stand out model in comparison of the general master builds! Are they just simple stickers or what?

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zephyr1934, marook, Stefaneris, dr_spock, thx for the kind words,

Great job! Although I don't like graffiti in general I think it gives your train a bump to more realism :wink:

Will we see more from you anytime? :grin:

You can see more Train MOCs from me here

http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=102444

http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=102317

http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=86711

http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=84794

http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=83889

Really smart moc, it's a shame Lego's windscreens don't come in 5 wide though.

Yeah its a real pity not have 5/7 studs wide windscreens

Nooo, are there graffiti also in Lego world? :facepalm::devil_laugh:

Very nice work for this train, I like the detail on the nose! :wub:

Spanish Lego world it is a vandal world :laugh:

Great work. An excellent rendition of the real train. The looks and details are spot on. Although I am not sure about the graffiti. I think I prefer the clean one.

One side is clean and one with grafitti so 2 choices are possible :grin:

like the graffiti. Makes it a real stand out model in comparison of the general master builds! Are they just simple stickers or what?

Just printed transparent decals (I am not crazy to paint the Moc :laugh: )

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