Scaletrains Rivet Counter HO Scale GE C39-8, Conrail - ESU Loksound DCC/Sound

Scaletrains Rivet Counter HO Scale GE C39-8, Conrail - ESU Loksound DCC/Sound

SXT30776

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    • 2ndrun road numbers (November 2018): 6000, 6002, 6008, and 6013

      • Era: Late 1990s
      • Operating ditch lights on front pilot face – alternately flash when horn is blown, per prototype
      • As-delivered “skinny” cab numbers
      • Retrofitted “inverted-L” nose grab irons and large vertical grab iron on right side long hood end
      • GSC trucks with rotating axle bearing caps and separately applied details including brake cylinders, air piping, and handbrake chain

      1strun road numbers (November 2017): 6007 and 6012

      • Era: As-built (1986) through Early 90s
      • As-delivered “skinny” cab numbers
      • Adirondack trucks with rotating axle bearing caps and separately applied details including brake cylinders, air piping, and handbrake chain

      1strun road numbers (November 2017): 6001 and 6019

      • Era: Early to Mid-1990s
      • CR 6001 – small red “L” next to road number on cab sides, denoting lease service on the Southern Pacific in the 1990s
      • As-delivered “skinny” cab numbers
      • Retrofitted “inverted-L” nose grab irons, and large vertical grab iron on right side long hood end
      • GSC trucks with rotating axle bearing caps and separately applied details including brake cylinders, air piping, and handbrake chain 

      1strun road number (November 2017): 6018

      • Era: Early 1990s
      • “Conrail Quality” scheme repaint
      • Retrofitted “inverted-L” nose grab irons, and large vertical grab iron on right side long hood end
      • GSC trucks with rotating axle bearing caps and separately applied details including brake cylinders, air piping, and handbrake chain

      All Conrail road numbers also include

      • Series: CR 6000-6021
      • Operating front and rear red marker lights
      • Phase III carbody with brakewheel, and early radiator exhaust grills (6-panel)
      • Small CR-style plow mounted on the front pilot
      • Large front anticlimber
      • Large and small Sinclair “Excalibur” cab roof antennas (Comm. and EOT)
      • Leslie RSL-3R horn mounted on offset pedestal on engine compartment
      • Etched metal see-through standard (2-vent) dynamic brake intake grilles with blower motors visible inside
      • “Bathtub” exhaust silencer
      • 24 individually applied etched metal see-through radiator intake and exhaust grilles on sides and top of radiator compartment

      Additional features:

      • Fully assembled
      • Up to six (6) road numbers, detailed per prototype and era
      • Directional LED headlights
      • Printed LED lighted number boards
      • Phase Ib, II, and III carbodies with correct panels and grilles per variant
        • Cab with rounded-corner doors, no embossed X-panels on the hood end or nose sides, stand-off radiator grills, and vertical grab iron strips on the long hood end
        • Cab with rounded-corner doors, embossed X-panels on the hood end and nose sides, stand-off radiator grills, and no vertical grab iron strips on the long hood end
        • Cab with square-corner doors, embossed X-panels on the hood end and nose sides, flush radiator grills with an additional small vertical screen, and no vertical grab iron strips on the long hood end
      • Standard (2-vent) or high-capacity (3-vent) dynamic brakes per prototype
      • Early (6-panel) or late (4-panel) radiator exhaust grilles
      • Ratchet or wheel handbrakes
      • Adirondack or GSC (or mix of both!) truck sideframes per prototype
      • GE “nub” tread plate on walkways Highly-detailed 4,400 gallon fuel tank with fuel fillers and gauges Air reservoirs with separate plumbing See-through stepwell steps See-through dynamic brake exhaust Accurately profiled frame with separately applied plumbing and cabling Detailed cab interior with separate floor, rear wall, seats, and control stand
      • Factory-applied wire grab irons, snowplow, spare knuckles, trainline hoses, 3-hose MU clusters, MU cables, uncoupling levers, windshield wipers, mirrors, air reservoirs, underframe bell, brake wheel, and more.
      • Semi-scale coupler buffer equipped with ScaleTrains.com durable metal semi-scale E Type knuckle couplers
      • All-wheel drive
      • All-wheel electrical pick-up
      • Dual flywheels
      • Motor with 5-pole skew wound armature
      • Printing and lettering legible under magnification
      • Operates on Code 70, 83, and 100 rail
      • Packaging safely stores model
      • Minimum Radius: 18”
      • Recommended Radius: 22”

      DCC & sound equipped locomotives also feature:

      • ESU-LokSound 4.0 decoder with “Full Throttle” features
      • Dual cube-type speakers
      • Accurate FDL-16 prime mover and auxiliary sounds, horn, bell, and more
      • Operates on both DC and DCC layouts
      • Operating class or marker lights, per prototype
      • Alternating ditch lights, per prototype
      • ESU-designed Power Pack for continuous operation on dirty track for up to 4 seconds

      DCC & sound ready locomotives also feature:

      • DCC ready with 21-pin connector
      • ESU-designed Power Pack for continuous operation on dirty track for up to 4 seconds
        • This feature only available when an ESU DCC decoder is installed