Flat car with stakes Ks 446 of the DB AG, epoch V.
Length over the buffers: 114 mm.
With round buffers.
Company number: 21 80 3300 017-3
As a replacement for older flat wagons that had reached the end of their useful life at the DR, the DR procured around 1200 stake wagons in the dimensions of the UIC standard wagons from UV Arad in Romania in 1969. Typical of the vehicles is the girder for reinforcement in the middle area of the car and the use of rotating stanchions instead of plug-in stanchions. In 1994 the DB-AG took over 1,146 pieces of Ks  in their inventory and classified them with the designation Ks 446 in their wagon inventory. Many of these wagons are still in use today by DB AG and private railway companies. The Busch model reproduces the original of the new flat car in detail in variants of the DR (Ks , epoch 4) and DB (Ks 446, epoch 5/6). As in the case of the larger models, the wagons have swiveling equipment as a special feature
Stakes, a car floor made of real wood and prototypical round or square buffers.
|Railway Company:||DB AG|
|Power system: ||DC|
|Coupler:||Shaft NEM 358 with KK kinematics|
|Length over buffer:||114 mm|
|Manufacturer price:||34,99 €|