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Date: 06/21/19 20:28
FCAB Ollagüe Question
Author: erielackawanna

This critter seen in Chile has air hoses and couplers. I assume it's a railcar mover of some kind, but I've never seen one that looks like this. Anyone able to say what this is? Who built it?

Thanks in advance for any help.

 




Date: 06/22/19 02:38
Re: FCAB Ollagüe Question
Author: 9E56

That looks like a Matisa PV6 track recording car.



Date: 06/22/19 07:17
Re: FCAB Ollagüe Question
Author: erielackawanna

Thank you!!!!



Date: 06/23/19 21:01
Re: FCAB Ollagüe Question
Author: BobP

Cool. I would say home built but coupler on one end. But why? In the states I would call it a "critter".



Date: 06/24/19 00:02
Re: FCAB Ollagüe Question
Author: jmt

BobP Wrote:
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> Cool. I would say home built but coupler on one
> end. But why? In the states I would call it a
> "critter".
If you had taken the time to Google Matisa, you would realise that it is a production unit

https://www.google.com/search?tbm=isch&source=hp&biw=1430&bih=873&ei=XHQQXebiLYXdrQGlvbDYDw&q=Matisa+track+recording&oq=Matisa+track+recording&gs_l=img.3...2528.10900..11337...0.0..1.1547.5881.0j11j1j6-1j1j1......0....2j1..gws-wiz-img.....0..0j0i5i30j0i30j0i24.RhNIEUboPqE

https://www.matisa.ch/
 



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