At a glance:
• Car bodies in filigree plastic construction with many attached details and faithful replica of the peacock's eye pattern.
• Scale length of 82.5 cm.
• Digital decoder for switching the interior or end lighting.
From 1959, a large number of commuter cars were created, which characterized entire generations - the so-called "Silberlinge". Characteristic was their extravagant
appearance: The car body was made of non-painted stainless steel and below the window bands was a peacock-eyed pattern ground. Acceleration of the passenger change provided double entries near the one-third points of the car body. The second-class cars had three large spaces separated by the central entrances with benches, covered with red synthetic leather, and a seat pitch 2 2. The color scheme introduced in 1974 ocean blue / beige "changed only slightly, only the formerly black frame now shone in ocean blue.
Even inside, the silver piece is built exactly like its model
Prototype: commuter car" type Silberling "2nd class (BnB 719) of the German Federal Railways (DB) in the state of epoch IV.
Company number 508022-12232-1.
Model: Car body in filigree plastic construction with complete detailed interior design and many attached details. Original reproduction of the typical peacock-eye pattern. Detailed type-specific designed car floor. Bogies Minden Deutz type with double block brake and attached generator. Equipped with built-in indoor and outdoor lighting and digitally decoupled digital decoder as standard, conventional interior lighting in operation. Maintenance-free, warm white LEDs. Couplings guided in close coupling circuit. Trafficable minimum radius 1,020 mm (for operation with parallel bend 1,550 mm).
Scale-length of 82.5 cm.
|Power system: ||DC|
|Manufacturer price:||739,99 €|