Product Features and Details
Prototype: German State Railroad Company (DRG) class Cvt-34 "Wismar Rail Bus" diesel powered rail car (Type "Hannover A"). Wine red / ivory paint scheme, Era II (the unit looks as it did starting at the end of 1935 to 1947). Road number VT 135 079, Saarbrücken.
- Completely new tooling constructed of metal with separately applied brass parts.
- Highly detailed advanced model.
- Both axles powered with 2 motors.
- Doors can be opened by servomotors.
- Full sound features.
- Instrument lighting can be controlled.
- Interior lighting.
- Built-in buffer capacitor.
Model: This model is completely new tooling. The running gear with the main frame and the rail bus body are constructed of metal. There are many separately applied brass parts or separately applied metal parts such as grab irons, metal signs, windshield wipers, etc. A DCC digital decoder with extensive sound functions such as speed-dependent running sounds, a rail bus whistle, a conductor's whistle is included. There is also a history of the prototype and much more. The unit can be operated with AC current, DC current, Märklin Digital, and MFX. There is a high-performance motor in each half of the rail bus and both axles are powered. There is also a built-in buffer capacitor with the ability to set parameters. Warm white / red LED headlights and marker lights change over with the direction of travel, will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The instrument lighting can be controlled. There are multiple station stop announcements with a prototypical route that varies with the model. Servomotors can open the doors. The interior lighting can be controlled. Interior details are prototypical and highly detailed. Cab 1 has a built-in figure of an engineer.
Minimum radius for operation is 1,020 mm / 40-3/16".
Length over the buffers 36.5 cm / 14-3/8".
Weight approximately 2.4 kilograms / 5 pounds, 5 ounces.