A car was built with two entrances and threepassenger compartments with a centralcorridor. At first glance, the Bmhe seems likea copy of the DB Silberling, but it was in facta new version of the Bghwe car, with manynew components. This is especially evidentin the unladen weight, which is fairly high at39 tons and not compatible with the "worldclass" level so often aspired to in the DDR.The cars proved themselves in operation,and the passengers perceived them to bedefinite steps forward. In accordance withthe requirements from the order, they wereoriginally used almost exclusively in highspeedtrains for national and internationaltransport. They also achieved objectives inCzechoslovakia, Poland and West Germany.The cars that were delivered from 1982onwards featured the new green and ivorycoloredpaint for express cars.
• Road no.: 51 50 21-40 125-9
• Interior Lighting
• Coupler pocket and close coupling
• With interior fittings
• AC pick-up can be retrofitted
• Replacement wheel set for AC