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    KM1 German Passenger Einheits-Abteilwagen Coach BC-21, DRG Ep. II, NEM  
        

    KM1 202101

    Price: $979.95

    System Scale Country Era Railway Dimensions
    DC 1 Germany II DRG 435mm
    KM1 202101 - German Passenger Einheits-Abteilwagen Coach BC-21, DRG Ep. II, NEM

    Product Features and Details
    1 Scale DC Era II 

    Prototype: When the Reichsbahn was founded in 1920, it took over a very diverse fleet of different regional railroad administrations. To limit the costs of maintenance measures, the newly established unit committee also laid down specifications for new vehicles. Uniform bases were to simplify the spare parts inventory, also, steel car bodies were provided. The concept of the compartment car had proven itself over many decades at various regional railroad administrations. The numerous doors made for fast passenger flow, the individual compartments were very popular with the passengers. Therefore, the Reichsbahn initially stuck to this car concept. The first unit compartment cars were built in 1921. While the chassis have already been manufactured to standard specifications, the car bodies were still constructed in the conventional wood construction. The box skeleton was composed of wooden columns and roof bows boarded up and covered with sheet metal from the outside. As with previous compartment cars, running along the car body running boards, the front sides had treads and handles to reach the signal posts can. The unitary compartment cars were put into service in different classes and only taken from the active passenger train service at the DB in the 1960s. Some cars were still rebuilt as rail service and construction train cars. From the D-21 927 copies were built and put into service. As with previous compartment cars, running along the car body running boards, the front sides had treads and handles to reach the signal posts can. The unitary compartment cars were put into service in different classes and only taken from the active passenger train service at the DB in the 1960s. Some cars were still rebuilt as rail service and construction train cars. From the D-21 927 copies were built and put into service. As with previous compartment cars, running along the car body running boards, the front sides had treads and handles to reach the signal posts can. The unitary compartment cars were put into service in different classes and only taken from the active passenger train service at the DB in the 1960s. Some cars were still rebuilt as rail service and construction train cars. From the D-21 927 copies were built and put into service. Some cars were still rebuilt as rail service and construction train cars. From the D-21 927 copies were built and put into service. Some cars were still rebuilt as rail service and construction train cars. From the D-21 927 copies were built and put into service.

    Model: Handcrafted precision brass model with original screw couplings, interchangeable with KM1 double hook clutches or dog clutches. Spring buffers, ball-bearing and sprung axles, detailed interior fittings, complete detailing of the undercarriage and brake system, switchable interior lighting including function decoder with flow buffer for flicker-free operation, doors can not be opened, prototypically profiled wheels on both sides. Lp approx. 43.5 cm, weight approx. 2 kg, minimum radius 1020 mm.


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