Product Features and Details
Prototype: The German Railways Class 41 was an Einheitslokomotiven (standard design locomotive) built from 1937-1941 by no less than 9 German locomotive builders. Three hundred and sixty six 41s rolled off assembly lines before production ended as the second world war brought raw material shortages. Throughout their lives the 41s were known as "Ochsenloks" (Oxen locomotives) as a result of their use on express freight trains to Berlin. They had a top speed of 56 MPH (90KPH) and an 1873 HP rating.
Model: Each REI Military locomotive is professionally hand-painted and thus highly unique. The locomotives are professionally painted in authentic camouflage patterns, and each one is disassembled, masked, and airbrushed before being reassembled for the final touches. You'll find such features as carefully attached armor plates, which can also be easily removed, painted wheels and under frames, weathered boilers and steel Reichsbahn Eagles with authentic swastikas. For this REI Model we used a Fleischmann BR 41 with sound. The Fleischmann BR 41 is a highly detailed model which features interior cab details, prototypical "daylight" between boiler and chassis, finely detailed Heusinger valve gear, brake shoes between the wheels and much more. Model also has cast metal chassis, and a high quality can motor with flywheel. Model runs extremely smooth as with all Fleischmann locomotives. Model is equipped with NEM 362 coupler pockets and illumination that changes with the direction of travel. This is a unique model that will make a great addition to any collection.
- Highly detailed body and chassis.
- Model powered by a 5 pole motor with flywheel
- Directional LED lighting.
- Factory Installed SOUND Decoder
- NEM coupler sockets and close coupling mechanism on tender.
- Hand painted camoflage livery with detachable armor plates
- Authentic Steel Reichs Eagles
ABOUT OUR ARTIST: Our artist is a professional model builder and one of the world's premier commission scale model artists in North America. He is also a former US Army paratrooper and has garnered over 300 awards for his work. He has published dozens of articles in numerous scale modeling magazines and has painted box art buildups for most of the world's leading scale model companies. His work is found in private collections around the globe. This is a great opportunity to own a true piece of art by a master modeler.