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Coach Bogies (4mm scale)
This kit makes a set of two bogies. The bogies match our products and methods of construction. it is recommended that the minimum radius curve  is around 2 feet (600 mm approximately). The models are based on a style of construction that was used on many railways. The kit consists of 3d printed parts (random colour) and card overlays. The plastic parts are made from PLA which is environmentally friendly. The bogies are readily assembled. The images show our wheel set (D3D-02 4 axles)  which is ..
£6.00
GNR 20 ton 8 wheeled  brake van
About this Vehicle: The GNR had several types of brake van. The brake van type that this model is the 8 wheeled version with vertical planking. This vehicle was initially used for mineral traffic. Sixty vehicles were introduced in 1913-1914. These vehicles were long lived there were still 46 in service in 1948 from a declared 60 in service in 1922 (from the inventory at grouping), until the early 1960's. One of these vehicles has been preserved.   This Kit features: Pre-cut MDF..
£30.00
GNR 20 ton brake van
About this Vehicle: The GNR had several types of brake van. The brake van type that this model is the 8 wheeled version with vertical planking. This vehicle was initially used for mineral traffic. Sixty vehicles were introduced in 1913-1914. These vehicles were long lived there were still 46 in service in 1948 from a declared 60 in service in 1922 (from the inventory at grouping), until the early 1960's. One of these vehicles has been preserved.   This Kit features: Pre-cut woo..
£22.00
GNR 20 ton brake van (6 Wheels)
About this Vehicle: The GNR had several types of brake van. The brake van type that this model represents is the twenty ton, 6 wheeled version with horizontal planking. This vehicle was mainly used for heavy goods and mineral traffic. These brake vans have been described in books (e.g. 19th Century Railway Drawings by A. Prior, and LNER Wagons by P. Tatlow)  and the Model Railway press (Especially an article in  "Model Railway News" December 1967). A representative model will enhan..
£18.00
GNR 4 compartment third class brake body kit (D281).
About this Vehicle: This kit represents a Great Northern Railway (GNR) Diagram 281 (D281) Third Class Brake. This Great Northern Railway (GNR) Diagram 281 (D281) Third Class Brake was a ubiquitous vehicle produced by the GNR.  Approximately 370 examples of this type were included in the stock inventories at the beginning of the 20th century. Similar vehicles were used by the East Coast Joint Stock (ECJS) and joint lines. One of These coaches has been preserved. This Kit features: Pre-pri..
£23.00
GNR 45 ft bogie composite brake kit (D189)
About this Vehicle: This kit represents a Great Northern Railway Composite Coach (Diagram 189, D189). This 45 foot coach built to diagram 189 (D189) was one of several similar vehicles which were designed for the GNR in the 1890’s. This vehicle combined third class, first class and a guard’s compartment. This vehicle is described in “Historic Carriage Drawings” Volume 1 by N. Campling. ISBN 1 899816 04 6 page 94. This Kit features: Pre-printed sides and ends. 3D prin..
£28.00
GNR 45 ft bogie composite coach kit (D129)
About this Vehicle: This kit represents a 45 foot composite coach built to diagram 129 (D129). This vehicle combined an open third class area and separate first class accommodation. This 45 foot coach built to diagram 129 (D129) was one of several similar vehicles which were designed for the GNR in the 1890’s. This vehicle combined third class, first class and a guard’s compartment. This vehicle is described in “Historic Carriage Drawings” Volume 1 by N. Campling. ISBN 1 899816..
£28.00
GNR 45 ft bogie Third brake kit (D277)
About this Vehicle: This kit represents a Great Northern third class brake built to diagram 277 (D277). This was one of several similar short bogie vehicles which were designed in the 1890’s. It combined a toilet, smoking compartment, open third area and a guard’s compartment and It is described in “Historic Carriage Drawings” Volume 1 by N. Campling. ISBN 1 899816 04 6 page 94. Twelve of these vehicles were constructed. Most of these vehicles survived through grouping and nat..
£28.00
GNR 5 compartment composite body kit (D156)
About this Vehicle: This kit represents a Great Northern Railway (GNR) Diagram 156 (D156) composite. This vehicle is a good example of a six wheeled composite produced in quantity by the GNR. Approximately 120 of this type were included in the stock inventories at the beginning of the 20th century. This Kit features: Pre-printed sides and ends. 3D printed roofs Sturdy construction Axleguards or bogies (as appropriate for the vehicle) A difficult and tedious task enco..
£23.00
GNR 5 compartment third class coach body kit (D245)
About this Vehicle: This kit represents a Great Northern Railway 5 compartment Third Class Coach (Diagram 245, D245).  This type of coach was the most common vehicle produced by the GNR. Approximately 400 of this type of vehicle were in the GNR inventory at the beginning of the 20th Century. This Kit features: Pre-printed sides and ends. 3D printed roofs Sturdy construction Axleguards or bogies (as appropriate for the vehicle) A difficult and tedious task encountered when..
£23.00
GNR 6 compartment third class coach (D243)
About this Vehicle: This model represents a Great Northern Railway (GNR) Diagram 243(D243) Six compartment Third Class coach (Also known as an excursion third). This vehicle was produced by the GNR in 1901. Approximately 34 of this type of vehicle were included in the stock inventories at the beginning of the 20th century. One of these coaches has been preserved. This Kit features: Pre-printed sides and ends. 3D printed roofs Sturdy construction Axleguards or bogies (as appropriate for ..
£23.00
GNR Express Goods Van
There were over 280 vans of this type in service with the GNR until grouping in 1922. These vans were fully fited with vaccum brakes. They were used for express goods traffic. This model construction is similar to GN04-W004 GNR covered Van. This Kit features: Pre-cut wood sides and ends. Sturdy construction 3D printed axleguards and brake components 3D printed roof and buffers Build impressive rolling stock using this kit as the basis of your next project. ..
£16.00
GNR Full brake body kit  (D303)
About this Vehicle: This kit represents a Great Northern Railway (GNR) Diagram 303 (D303) Full Brake van. This brake van and its variants was a common sight on the Great Northern Railway and later on the L&NER for many years. Approximately 80 vehicles of this type were owned by the GNR at the beginning of the 20th Century. This Kit features: Pre-printed sides and ends. 3D printed roofs Sturdy construction Axleguards or bogies (as appropriate for the vehicle) A difficult and te..
£23.00
GNR Goods Brake Van
****** Updated Model ****** This 7mm scale ("O" gauge) kit  is primarily made from laser cut and etched MDF with 3D printed roof and underframe components. This kit can be completed to represent any one of several versions of a standard type used by the Great Northern Railway. The prototype brake vans have been described in books (e.g. 19th Century Railway Drawings by A. Prior, and LNER Wagons by P. Tatlow). The brake vans have also been described in the model railway press (Especially ..
£28.00
GNR Goods Brake Van  (six Wheels)
****** New Model April 2003 ****** This 7mm scale ("O" gauge) kit  is primarily made from laser cut and etched MDF with 3D printed roof and underframe components. This Kit features: Pre-cut NDF sides and ends. Sturdy construction 3D Printed roof 3D printed underframe incorporating axleguards. Brake components About this Vehicle: The GNR had several types of brake van. The brake van type that this model represents is the twenty ton, 6 wheeled version with horizontal..
£28.00
GNR Goods Brake Van (horizontal planks)
About this Vehicle: The brake van type that this model is based on, with horizontal planking, a light 10 ton Van.. This was the most numerous type of brake van. It had brakes on one side only, actuated within the cabin. Over 200 examples survived into the LNER and beyond. These brake vans have been described in books (e.g. 19th Century Railway Drawings by A. Prior, and LNER Wagons by P. Tatlow)  and the Model Railway press (Especially an article in  "Model Railway News" December 19..
£16.00
GNR Goods Brake Van (vertical planks)
This 7mm scale ("O" gauge) kit  is primarily made from laser cut and etched MDF with 3D printed roof and underframe components. This kit can be completed to represent  one of several versions of a standard type used by the Great Northern Railway. The brake van type that this model is based on, with vertical planking, was a 20 ton version that replaced earlier vans from the early 1900's onwards. It was given diagram 1602/N. The physical dimensions overall were the same as the earli..
£28.00
GNR Goods Brake Van (vertical planks)
About this Vehicle: The GNR had several types of brake van. The brake van type that this model is based on, with vertical planking, was a 20 ton version that replaced earlier vans from the early 1900's onwards. It was given diagram 1602/N. The physical dimensions overall were the same as the earlier vans. A few vans were vacuum fitted in later years. There were two significant variations of this van. Initially, the van was constructed with stanchions at each end, similar to existing vans constructed ..
£16.00
GNR Outside Framed Van
About this Vehicle: This model represents the standard, outside framed, covered van used by the GNR. In 1906,the GNR recorded 1563 covered vans. At grouping, 669 covered vans are recorded as surviving into LNER stock. These covered vans were actively constructed from about 1867 (Stirling) until about 1905 (Gresley) when outside framed vehicles were gradually replaced by inside framed stock. Photographic records of wagon stock (RAIL 326/682 and RAIL 326/1072 at the National Archives, UK) depict a number o..
£16.00
GNR parcels fruit & milk van body kit (D331)
About this Vehicle: This model represents a Great Northern Railway (GNR)six wheeled parcels fruit and milk van (Diagram 331 D331) This is an attractive and unusual vehicle. There were not many of these vehicles constructed. They were long lived and some survived after the grouping when the GNR became part of the LNER. This Kit features: Pre-printed sides and ends. 3D printed roofs Sturdy construction Axleguards or bogies (as appropriate for the vehicle) A difficult and tedious task..

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GNR Perishable Goods Van
The Great Northern Railway (GNR) built a small number of butter lard and milk vans. Similar vehicles were used for the conveyance of Fruit, meat and fish products. There were detail differences between the vehicles however they were all based on the standard 16ft body and incorporated a clerestory roof which makes them attractive and unusual vehicles. A few vehicles survived into LNER ownership in 1922. This Kit features: Pre-cut wood sides and ends. Sturdy construction 3D printed axleguards..
£16.00
GWR Siphon O1 (four wheeled) kit 7mm
About this Vehicle: This 7mm ("O" Gauge) kit represents a Great Western Railway four wheeled milk van (O1) This was a four wheeled vehicle and should not be confused with the six wheeled siphon which is also available as a kit from Diagram3D. The original vehicle was produced in several lots between 1871 and the late 1880's. There were two distinct variations with differing door profiles. Sufficient parts are provided to complete either one of the versions of the vehicles. The kit is..
£38.00
GWR Siphon O1 (four wheeled) kit HO
This kit is based on the original early GWR siphon version O1. This was a four wheeled vehicle and should not be confused with the six wheeled siphon which is also available as a kit  from Diagram3D. This is the HO (3.5 mm scale) version  of this kit. The OO (4mm scale) version of this kit is also available from this website. The orginal vehicle was produced in several lots between 1871 and the late 1880's. There were two distinct variations with differing door profiles.  Sufficient..
£15.00
GWR Siphon O1 (four wheeled) kit OO
*** Updated Model **** About this Vehicle: This kit is based on the original  GWR siphon version O1. This was a four wheeled vehicle and should not be confused with the later six wheeled siphon which took the same designation after this van became extinct. The original vehicle was produced in several lots between 1871 and the late 1880's. There were two distinct variations with differing door profiles.  Sufficient parts are provided to complete either one of the versions of the ..
£23.00
GWR Siphon O1,O2 and O3 body kit HO
This kit is based on the GWR siphon versions O1 through O3. Sufficient parts are provided to complete one of the versions. This kit represents the two door version of this vehicle. The kit consists of  a MDF base with card overlays. THere are two end profiles with parts for three different end types. This is the HO (3.5 mm scale) version  of this kit. The OO (4mm scale) version of this kit is also available from this website. The principal difference between the versions was the end framing ..
£20.00
GWR Siphon O2 body kit
GWR Milk Van type O2 : This vehicle, designated O2, was a six wheeled Milk or Fish van. The O2 van preceded the related O1 and O3 six wheeled vans. It shared similar features, especially twin double doors on each side. The number of doors was the main visual difference between these vehicles (O2,O3,O1) and the later O4 van which had three double doors on each side. O2 vans had a low single arc roof profile. O2 vans were converted from open carriage trucks. The GWR code name for milk vans was SIPHON. Thi..
£23.00
GWR Siphon O2 milk van kit 7mm
About this Vehicle: This 7mm ("O" Gauge) kit represents a Great Western Railway six wheeled milk van (O2) This was a six wheeled vehicle. It was developed for the transportation of milk in churns. It was also used for transporting fish. Thys kit is made from MDF with detail components etched into card overlays and 3D printed components including a roof, axleboxes and brake components. These vehicles were modified over their lifetimes in keeping with applicable regulations. In general ..
£48.00
GWR Siphon O3 milk van kit 7mm
About this Vehicle: This 7mm ("O" Gauge) kit represents a Great Western Railway six wheeled milk van (O3) This was a six wheeled vehicle. It was developed for the transportation of milk in churns. It was also used for transporting fish. Thys kit is made from MDF with detail components etched into card overlays and 3D printed components including a roof, axleboxes and brake components. These vehicles were modified over their lifetimes in keeping with applicable regulations. In general ..
£48.00
GWR Siphon O4 body kit OO
GWR Milk Van type O4 : This kit represents the most numerous type of six wheeled GWR siphon, designated O4. There were a number of types and variants of the GWR milk van. This vehicle type had three double doors whereas earlier vans had two double doors. An entire book was written on the development of these vehicles. (“Great Western Siphons” by Jack N. Slinn, Pendragon books 1986 in association with the Historical Model Railway Society). This kit features: Laser cut MDF carcass Over..
£23.00
GWR Siphon O4-1777 body kit OO
GWR Milk Van 1777 : GW Milk Van Number 1777 is an interesting and unique vehicle. This vehicle was adapted from a standard milk van (type O4). The vehicle had louvered sides and was a presursor of later vehicles designed with louvered sides. In other respects it was similar to the standard O4 type vehicle. The GWR code name for milk vans was SIPHON. This kit features: Laser cut MDF carcass Overlaid card Panels 3D printed roof Axleguards (D3D-05) A difficult and tedious task encountered ..
£23.00
MIni Stepper Motor 66mm
These miniature stepper motors can be used to switch point motors or other accesories on model railways. There are a number of advantages when using stepper motors: Unlike servo motors, the points will not lose position if the power is lost. Once the point has changed the power can be switched off, unlike a servo which needs a continual power supply in order to maintain its position. These stepper motors are robust. Finally, these mini stepper motors are easily linked to low cost microprocessors such ..
£5.00
NBR Perishable Goods (Fish and Milk) Van.
About this Vehicle: This kit is modelled on a perishable goods van which was used for the conveyance of fish and milk by the North British Railway (NBR). It was a six wheeled vehicle and is described in detail within the book “LNER Wagons Volume 3”  by P. Tatlow ISBN 978 1 905 184 56 9. (Pages. 58-59). An article featuring this model appears here:A fine (North British) Mess! This Kit features: 3D printed roof Sturdy construction Axleguards or bogies (as appropri..
£18.00
NBR Perishable Goods (Yeast and Fruit) Van.
About this Vehicle: This kit is modelled on a perishable goods van which was used for the conveyance of Yeast and Fruit by the North British Railway (NBR). It was a six wheeled vehicle and is described in detail within the book “LNER Wagons Volume 3”  by P. Tatlow ISBN 978 1 905 184 56 9. (Pages. 58-59). This Kit features: 3D printed roofs Sturdy construction Axleguards or bogies (as appropriate for the vehicle) A difficult and tedious task encountered wh..
£18.00
NER First Class carriage (Diagram 68)
NER First (Diagram 68): This carriage was one of a series of 32ft six wheeled carriages which were designed and built by the North Eastern Railway in the latter part of the 19th Century. They used a standard underframe and replaced earlier vehicles. This model represents a first class carriage (diagram 68). The NER inventory contained over fifty similar vehicles in the 1890's. This kit features: Laser cut MDF carcass Overlaid card Panels 3D printed roof Axleguards (D3D-05) A difficu..
£23.00
NER Five compartment third class carriage (Diagram 15)
NER Third (Diagram 15): This type of carriage was the most numerous vehicle produced by the North Eastern Railway (NER). Approximately 1000 examples of this type of carriage were produced from the mid 1880’s until 1895. A drawing of this vehicle exists at the National Railway Museum (LNER drawing 1829D, formerly NER drawing 68a). This drawing was referred to during the design of this model. This kit features: Laser cut MDF carcass Overlaid card Panels 3D printed roof Axleguards (D3D-05..
£23.00
NER Guards Van (Diagram 21)
This carriage was one of a series of 32ft six wheeled carriages which were designed and built by the North Eastern Railway (NER) in the latter part of the 19th Century. They used a standard underframe and replaced earlier vehicles. This model represents a Guards van, diagram 21. The NER inventory contained about two hundred similar vehicles in the 1890's. They were originally designed for passenger traffic, some were used for milk traffic and others passed into goods service.  Originally, the liver..
£23.00
NER Luggage composite carriage (Diagram 9)
This carriage was one of a series of 32ft six wheeled carriages which were designed and built by the North Eastern Railway in the latter part of the 19th Century. They used a standard underframe and replaced earlier vehicles. This model represents a composite carriage with a central luggage compartment, diagram 9. The NER inventory contained over 200 similar vehicles in the 1890's. This kit features: Laser cut MDF carcass Overlaid card Panels 3D printed roof Axleguards (D3D-05) A dif..
£23.00
NER Third class luggage carriage (Diagram 13)
NER Luggage Third (Diagram 13): These carriages were very similar to Diagram 15 thirds, see our produuct NE04-D015. One passenger compartment was replaced by a luggage compartment. A drawing of this vehicle exists at the National Railway Museum (LNER drawing 1830D, formerly NER drawing 71a). This drawing was referred to during the design of this model. Originally, the livery would have been standard NER maroon with yellow lining. Roofs were white when new. This kit features: Laser cut MDF carcass ..
£23.00
NER Van Third (Diagram 20)
NER Van Third (Diagram 20): This model represents a Guards can with two third class compartments (diagram 20). The NER inventory contained about a hundred similar vehicles in the 1890's.This carriage was one of a series of 32ft six wheeled carriages which were designed and built by the North Eastern Railway in the latter part of the 19th Century. They used a standard underframe and replaced earlier vehicles. This kit features: Laser cut MDF carcass Overlaid card Panels 3D printed roof ..
£23.00
OO Wheels (2 axles) and Mansell Inserts
These "OO" disc wheels are approximately a scale 3ft 5in in diameter, excluding the flanges. The wheels are metal (with an insulated axle). The wheels are suitable for use with our coach kits. The inserts give an effective representation of a Mansell pattern wooden centred wheel.  Two axles and four Mansell pattern inserts are included. This is sufficient for one four wheeled vehicle.   ..
£4.00
OO Wheels (3 axles) and Mansell Inserts
These "OO" disc wheels are approximately a scale 3ft 5in in diameter, excluding the flanges. The wheels are metal (with an insulated axle). The wheels are suitable for use with our coach kits. The inserts give an effective representation of a Mansell pattern wooden centred wheel.  Three axles and six Mansell pattern inserts are included. This is sufficient for one six wheeled vehicle.   ..
£6.00
OO Wheels (4 axles) and Mansell Inserts
These "OO" disc wheels are approximately a scale 3ft 5in in diameter, excluding the flanges. The wheels are metal (with an insulated axle). The wheels are suitable for use with our coach kits. The inserts give an effective representation of a Mansell pattern wooden centred wheel.  Four axles and eight  Mansell pattern inserts are included. This is sufficient for one bogie vehicle or two four wheeled carriages,   ..
£8.00
Six wheeled coach axleguards 4mm scale
This kit makes a set of axleguards which suit all our six wheeled 4mm coach products. The axleguards permit our models to negotiate sharp curves without extensive modifications to the kits. Although the images show a vehicle negotiating a Hornby type 2 radius curve (approximatley 1.5 feet or approximatley 438 mm), it is recommended that the minimum radius curve  is around 2 feet (600 mm approximately) The kit consists of 3d printed parts (random colour). The parts are made from PLA which is environm..
£5.00
Wagon Axleguards (pack of 4)
This is a pack of four kits.  Each kit will make a set of two axleguards which is sufficient for one four wheeled wagon. Each kit consists of 3d printed parts (random colour) as illustrated. The plastic parts are made from PLA which is environmentally friendly. The parts are readily assembled. Wheels are not included. The axleguards can also be used for other projects. ..
£12.00
LNWR 3 compartment composite coach
This model of an early LNWR tri-composite carriage is based on a vehicle which was acquired by the Mawddwy Railway from the LNWR. The vehuicle was photographed around 1900 when passenger services were withdrawn. The photographic evidence gives an excellent idea of the construction of this vehicle. This is a lasercut kit of a historical railway carriage of the mid 1800's, designed and produced in-house by Design3D. The kit is manufactured in MDF and card with clear acrylic glazing.  It is supp..
£38.00
LNWR 3 compartment tricomposite coach
This model of an early LNWR tri-composite carriage is based on a vehicle which was acquired by the Mawddwy Railway from the LNWR. The vehuicle was photographed around 1900 when passenger services were withdrawn. The photographic evidence gives an excellent idea of the construction of this vehicle. This is a lasercut kit of a historical railway carriage of the mid 1800's, designed and produced in-house by Design3D. The kit is manufactured in MDF and card with clear acrylic glazing.  It is supp..
£18.00
LNWR 4 compartment third class coach
*Updated Model* This model represents an early four compartment third class coach which was used on the London and North Western Railway and its predecessors. This vehicle is similar to vehicles used during the early period of development of the railways by a number of companies. This is a lasercut kit of a historical railway carriage of the mid 1800's, designed and produced in-house by Design3D. The kit is manufactured in MDF and card with clear acrylic glazing.  It is supplied with printed ..
£38.50
LNWR 4 compartment third class coach
This is a lasercut kit of a historical railway carriage of the mid 1800's, designed and produced in-house by Diagram3D. The kit is based on information gathered about a grounded coach body by the LNWR society. This kit is also available in 7mm scale. The kit is manufactured in MDF and card with clear acrylic glazing.  The kit is supplied with printed instructions. The construction takes advantage of the strength of MDF combined with the detail of the card components to give a sturdy result. T..
£18.00
LNWR Covered Carriage Truck
This is a lasercut kit of a historical railway vehicle of the 19th Century, designed and produced in-house by Design3D. It represents a LNWR Covered Carriage truck (CCT), a type of vehicle that was commonly found in passenger trains during the pre-grouping period. The kit is designed for 7mm scale, "O" gauge. The LNWR had several versions of Covered Carriage Trucks (CCT). This model was created using information from diagram books, works drawings and photographs of similar vehicles.  Accor..
£34.50
LNWR Full Brake Van
This is a lasercut kit of a historical railway carriage of the mid 1800's, designed and produced in-house by Design3D. The kit is manufactured in MDF and card with clear acrylic glazing.  It is supplied with printed instructions  Download the instructions for more information about this kit and its contents. This kit reduces the tedium, complication and labour associated with the construction of a detailed model of a coach body using accurate laser cut layers conveniently assembled in ..
£18.00
LNWR Full Brake Van
*UPDATED MODEL* This type of brake van was once a common sight on the LNWR. It was used for passenger traffic. Images exist of these vehicles online. One grounded vehicle was the subject of an article in the LNWR Historical society journal which included photographs and measurements of the body of the vehicle. This model is based on those measurements. This type of vehicle had the familiar passenger livery depicted in these instructions as it was used in passenger service. The four wheeled underframe was..
£38.50
LNWR Horsebox (13ft 6in)
This model represents an early Horsebox which was used on the London and North Western Railway for the conveyance of horses and their grooms.. The model is based on information from a grounded body. The kit is manufactured in MDF and card with clear acrylic glazing.  It is supplied with printed instructions. Adhesive, paint, wheels, couplings, buffers etc. are not included. To complete this kit the the purchaser has to supply suitable wheels, couplings and other fittings. Note quantitie..
£25.00
LNWR Open Carriage Truck
This is a lasercut kit of a historical railway vehicle of the 19th Century, designed and produced in-house by Design3D. It represents an open carriage truck, a type of vehicle that was commonly found in passenger trains during this period. The kit is designed for 7mm scale, "O" gauge. This kit is manufactured in MDF and card.  It is supplied with printed instructions. Additional images can be found at Gallery LNW705 Adhesive, paint, wheels, couplings, buffers etc. are not included...
£24.50
NLR Ballast Wagon No. 216
This is a lasercut kit of a historical railway vehicle, designed and produced in-house by Design3D. This Gauge 3 kit is manufactured from Birch Plywood, MDF, plastic and card. Adhesive, paint, wheels, couplings, buffers etc. are not included. To complete this kit the the purchaser has to supply suitable wheels, couplings and other fittings. ..
£60.00