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Sunday, July 30th 2006, 5:45am

Donnerbuechse von K Fehling

Hallo,

ich möchte hier einmal kurz das Modell des Personenwagens „Donnerbüchse“ von Kurt Fehling im Maßstabe 1:30vorstellen:

Laut S&S Beschreibung hat das Modell 205 Teile auf 14 Bögen. Der Schwierigkeitsgrad wurde mit GMI 3 angegeben. Wie schon bei seinen andern Modellen, gibt es Anleitungsskizzen, und die Teile sind auf Tonpapier gedruckt. Ferner liegt eine Folie für die Fenster bei. Das Ganze sieht nicht schlecht so, doch war ich recht enttäuscht, dass das Modell keinerlei Inneneinrichtung hat. Bei diesem Maßstab und den großen Fenstern fällt das natürlich sofort ins Auge. Aber vielleicht kann man da noch etwas selber zurecht biegen. Unter http://bastelbogen-online.de/index.html gibt es auch Eisenbahnwagen und S-Bahnzüge samt Inneneinrichtung zum Runterladen. Vielleicht läst sich da so manche Holzbank anpassen und in die Donnerbüchse einbauen.

Mehr zur Geschichte des Originals findet sich unter folgendem Link:

http://www.osnabruecker-dampflokfreunde.…ntwicklung.html

Herzliche Grüße,

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Sunday, July 30th 2006, 7:52am

Nostalgia...

Oh, I'd recognize that carriage from anywhere - it was one of the standard issues for both Märklin and Fleischmann model railways since way back, wasn't it. I don't think it came with the very basic first set (that was a smaller one), but it certainly was one of the first my father got us when the model railway expanded (and he himself took over, building a permanent layout to be folded up against the wall).

Very good also that you reminded me of the Hans Dieter Richter "Bastelbogen" site - it is very good, and I must remember to include it in the review of potential sources for 1:87 models a bit down the road. I have mostly collected his buses and trucks (they are really good), since I think the train people are already well represented.

But it was nice reading about the Donnerbuechse (which means... thunderpants???).

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Sunday, July 30th 2006, 8:01am

RE: Donnerbuechse von K Fehling

Hi Leif,

Donnerbüchse = thunder tin/can. They had a very special, very hard "sound" inside.

Thunderpants... :totlach: "Buchse" (without points on the "u") is in the area of the Rhine indeed the old word for trousers...

R&T

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Sunday, July 30th 2006, 8:19am

"... is in the area of the Rhine indeed the old word for trousers"

As it is in Swedish, "byxor" (y = ü), to this day. Reason for my rather funny mistake!

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Sunday, July 30th 2006, 3:42pm

Dear Leif,

thanks for your reply! The truck and train models from Hans Dieter Richter are very nice indeed. When people in this forum were talking about railway carriages in different scales, I was thinking about this page. Since the download pages can be scaled, they may fit engines in different sizes.

Otherwise, I guess, it was misleading to put this under "Free downloads" since the model of the "Donnerbuechse" is a model for sale, and as such should have been placed under "frech unpacked"...

Sorry for that!

Best regards to Sweden (I will miss it for ever after having lived there for three years),

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Sunday, July 30th 2006, 7:00pm

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"... is in the area of the Rhine indeed the old word for trousers"

As it is in Swedish, "byxor" (y = ü), to this day. Reason for my rather funny mistake!

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In Twents (dialect in the eastern part of the Netherlands): "Bokse" :D

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Sunday, July 30th 2006, 9:43pm

Matthias,

Ah, well, it fits rather well here, too - I immediately thought you were publicizing the Hans Dieter Richter site, in connection with what you bought. Which is good! So no problem.

Incidentally, if anybody is thinking about rescaling his trucks, VW vans, or buses into 1:87, I could save you a little bit of trouble since I've already done that. (But then, I wouldn't want to take the fun part away from you...)

Greetings from a very hot Sweden (but you have it even hotter I understand).

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Sunday, July 30th 2006, 11:58pm

Dear Leif,

thanks a lot! Actually, right now it is colder in Tokyo than in most parts of Europe. It should not be like that but the weather is crazy these days. Therefore we had some terrible rainfalls a few weeks ago. May be in August we will be back to a real Japanese summer, not only hot but really humit. I truely prefered Swedish summers.

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Monday, July 31st 2006, 12:58am

So, you are in Tokyo, are you, Matthias - didn't have a clue (thought you were in Germany).

OK, so I'll think in those terms from now on, whenever I read what you write...

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Monday, July 31st 2006, 2:24am

Thanks Leif!

Yes, originally I am from Germany. But after 3 years in Sweden, and 3 years in France, I am now in Japan. And it seems like I am stuck here for long...

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Monday, July 31st 2006, 3:06am

I have to chime in on the pants issue - My grandpa had this old buddy in the Navy who used to say whenever they got to town "Meisje trek de Blechbuchs an, de Mariners kommen!" That means "Girl, put your tin pants on, the sailors are coming!)
He was from Prussia - that's a dialect mostly forgotten now.

Feel free to file this under "useless information" ;)

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