freight car set Lime bucket wagon Slmmp DR 3x

Item no.:  Marklin-48263
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HO gauge 16,5mm
power supply
product type
freight wagon
technical & model details
couplers NEM 362 coupling mount, KKK, Märklin close couplings
Length (mm) 425
scale 1:87
Age notice not suitable under 14 years
Germany DR
era (continental)
era IV (1965-1990)

Model: HO gauge AC. Three four-axle lime wagons of the Slmmp type for transporting bulk goods that are sensitive to moisture. Black running gear with light grey buckets. Privately owned cars of the VEB Chemische Werke Buna, Schkopau, hired by the Deutsche Reichsbahn der DDR (DR/DDR). Era IV operating condition. Finely detailed construction with added details, such as added platforms. All of the lime bucket cars have different car numbers. The cars come individually packaged with additional outer packaging.

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