IMPORTANT: If you place an order for this model you MUST mail/email/fax us your Club Order Form which will be included with an upcoming club mailing.
Prototype: Three German Federal Railroad (DB) commuter cars ("n" cars), colloquially known as "Silberling" or "Silver Coin". One type AB4nb-59 commuter car, 1st/2nd class, car number 31 101 Wpt. One type B4nb-59a commuter car, 2nd class, car number 41738 Wpt. One type BD4nf-59 cab control car ("Rabbit Hutch"), 2nd class with a baggage area, car number 96 269 Wpt. Train route Oberbarmen - Remscheid Hbf. The cars look as they did in the summer of 1965.
Model: The minimum radius for operation is 360 mm / 14-3/16". The cars have underbodies specific to the car types. The trucks have brake shoes. All of the cars include factory-installed LED interior lighting and operating current-conducting couplers. The cab control car includes light changeover with the direction of travel, 3 each white to 2 each red, and this feature works in conventional and digital operation. Maintenance-free LEDs are used for the lighting. The car set has a drag switch for the lighting. All of the cars have numerous figures from the firm Preiser installed in them and the cab control car also has a figure of a locomotive engineer. Downpipes and brakeman''s steps are included. Total length over the buffers approximately 85 cm / 33-1/2".
- Factory-installed LED interior lighting.
- Operating current-conducting couplers.
- Figures from the firm Preiser installed in the cars!
The class 65.0 steam locomotive to go with this car set is offered under item number 39650 exclusively for Insider members. This passenger car set can be found in a DC version in the Trix H0 assortment under item number 23495 exclusively for Trix Club members.
- Märklin exclusive special model - produced in a one-time series.
- Triple headlights and two red marker lights that change over with the direction of travel.
- Built-in LED interior lighting.
- Märklin close couplers in standard pocket with guide mechanism.
- Era 3
Order Deadline August 31, 2018