Walthers Proto 2000 HO SW8/900 Canadian Pacific w/ DCC & Sound

$208.00

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SKU: N/A Category: Tag: Railroad Short Name: CP

Description

Railroad Short Name: CP

Introduced by EMD in 1950, the SW8 offered railroads and industry a rugged and reliable unit for switching chores, replacing the last of steam or earlier diesel switchers still in service. Powered by the famed 567B, the engines delivered 800 horsepower. In 1954, industry demand for a more powerful switcher led EMD to introduce the SW900, producing 100 additional horsepower from the 567C prime mover. Outwardly, these units (and the SW600 of which only 15 were built) were virtually identical. Production ended in late 1965 with a combined total of 743 engines. Well into the 1980s, these early switchers served railroads large and small and some remain in industrial service today.

Detailed to match Phase 1 units in service during the mid- to late-1970s with:

  • 6 Louvers per Side on Battery Box
  • 3 Lift Lugs per Side on Hood
  • Single Lens Headlight
  • 2-Color 3-Stanchion Front & Rear End Handrails
  • Standard Size Fuel Tank
  • Single Chime Horn
  • Closed Step Risers
  • Whip Antenna
  • Square Truck Journal Boxes
  • Footboards on Pilots

Locomotive Features:

  • Roadname-Specific Detailing
  • Heavy Die Cast Chassis for Maximum Traction
  • 5-Pole Skew-Wound Armature Motor
  • Helical Gears for Silent Running
  • Machined-Brass Flywheels
  • Low Speed Under 3 Scale MPH
  • LED Constant & Directional Headlights
  • Proto MAX Metal Knuckle Couplers
  • Factory-Installed Sound &amp DCC

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 5 × 3 in

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