My Dapol Class 122 DMU arrived yesterday after spending several months stuck in a container in the Suez canal. Thankfully they all survived intact. It looks really good if you ask me, It comes screwed to a picec of perspex There is plenty of interior detail Once you have unscrewed it from the Perspex there are 2 battery boxes that need pushing firmly into place There is a bag of detail bits to go on the front vac pipes air pipes and speedo. Then the hard bit converting it to S7 Both bogies are powered and once you take the retaining plate which is fixed to the side frames you see this. so it is going to require very careful removal and replacement of the reprofiled wheels on the axle, I won't be thinning the wheels as there won't be enough axle to push home given they are fairly thin in the first place. It might be a case that new wheels are needed but hopefully not.