IC2 Bi-Level Intermediate Car, 1st Class
Road: DB - Deutsche Bundesbahn (1945-now)
Delivery: Expected to start 2nd Quarter
- Pre-Order: $99.15*
Prototype: German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) type DApza 687.2, bi-level intermediate car, 1st class, for long-distance service. Light gray long-distance service paint scheme with "Traffic Red" stripes, in the current IC design. Train route: IC 2035 from Norddeich to Leizpig Hbf. Car position number 5. The car looks as it did in 2016.
- Completely new tooling.
- Factory-installed LED interior lighting.
- Interior lighting in the entire car consist can be controlled by means of a decoder in the cab control car.
- Prototypical train route: IC 2035 from Norddeich to Leizpig Hbf.
- Car position number 5.
Model: The minimum radius for operation is 360 mm / 14-3/16". The car has high-mounted entries above the trucks. It also has factory-installed LED interior lighting on both levels and operating current-conducting close couplers. The car has lighted train destination signs on the sides. The interior lighting only works in conjunction with the bi-level cab control car and it can be turned on and off in digital operation by means of a decoder in the cab control car. A defined car order is specified to do this. The ends of the car have transparent red marker light inserts. The car has prototypical Görlitz design trucks with separately applied folding steps.
Length over the buffers 28.6 cm / 11-1/4".
Charlie's Tip: The electric locomotive to go with this car is the class 146.5 and it can also be found at ajckids.com in the Märklin H0 assortment under item number 37447 to form a prototypical 6-unit train along with the bi-level cars 43481, 43482, 43483, 43484, and 43485.
This model can be found in a DC version in the Trix H0 assortment under item number 23248.
Marklin 43481 is a Marklin new item 2018 that is not yet produced, and is available as pre-order only.
UPC or EAN: 4001883434810 - Marklin 43481
Our Marklin and Trix products come with the full 2 year Marklin USA and Marklin Worldwide Warranty. Defective items can be returned to Marklin's Warranty department at Walthers, or directly to the factory for service. We will always do our best to assist you with issues that may arise.