Deutsche Reichsbahn #118 131-2 HO Vollsichtkanzel BR V 180 Diesel Locomotive DCC & Sound

Deutsche Reichsbahn #118 131-2 HO Vollsichtkanzel BR V 180 Diesel Locomotive  DCC & Sound
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Související:Deutsche Reichsbahn #118 131-2 HO Vollsichtkanzel BR V 180 GFK Diesel Locomotive DCC Ready
Výrobce: Gützold

Cena 13 983,00 Kč s 21% DPH

Dieselová lokomotiva modelové železnice v měřítku HO pro železniční modeláře ve špičkové kvalitě - Gützold Modellbau GmbH 31042044-DK Deutsche Reichsbahn #118 131-2 HO Vollsichtkanzel BR V 180 Diesel Locomotive DCC & Sound (Vollsichtkanzel = kazatelna Ep. IV).

The diesel locomotive 18 131-2 Vollsichtkanzel was presented under the V200 117 number at the Leipzig Spring Fair in 1966. In normal operation the serial number was changed to V 180 131. Like the V 180 059, the locomotive chassis was made of a new material GRP, which is still in use in railway vehicle construction. All the 3 machines were ahead of their time as beside the V180 203 no further locomotive have got this future-oriented design. Under a 2000 HP name the locomotive was in operation of the Rbd Dresden in the 1960s. The last service was ended in the the Magdeburg and Schwerin Rdb on 12.11.1988.

The Gutzold 42042 diesel locomotive 118 131-2 is a very impressive model with a massive metal frame. The model is finely detailed, comes in a beautiful livery, is equipped with a powerful motor and 4 powered axles. This model would be great for any layout. The manufacturer offers several versions of this model so add one to your collection today.

Model Details:

8-pin Interface. 2 Traction Tires. DCC Receptacle. Factory Installed Sound Decoder. Henning-Sound ZIMO a digitální spřáhla. Directional Lighting. White/ Red LED Lighting. Coupling Pick-up and close coupling kinematics.

The locomotives of the V180 class family were the universal locomotive of Deutsche Reichsbahn. They were built in 4-axle and 6-axle versions. The locomotive serviced the international express trains and also small short distance freight trains on international transit tracks as well as on the lines with steep gradients in Thuringian Forest and several branch lines.

The long service time and the diversity versions create several appearances. The most noticeable are the design of the driver cabin, the windows of the machine room and the painting.

A decision of the RGW stopped the manufacturing and a further development in 1970. Meanwhile 376 units were in service.

The Gützold models are characterized by a high degree of scale flexibility and detail and a high driving reliability thanks to all 4 wheel drive and solid zinc die-castings. The models are driven by a powerful, five-pole brand motor with a large flywheel over cardan joints on both bogies. They are also equipped with a short coupling kinematics and NEM shaft. The locomotive is illuminated by individual LED diodes in each lamp. The integration of a digital decoder can be realized in the simplest way via the MTC21 interface. The 5 years Gützold guarantee.

In 1946 John Gützold and his wife Erna started a piston foundry in Zwickau, Germany. They had three sons Bernd, Hans, and Lutz. In 1948 he gave each of his sons a train set made of wood and metal. The boys really had a lot of fun with them, which pleased John.

For Christmas 1950, he gave his sons a complete H0 model train layout with a tank locomotive for the 3-Rail AC system . The locomotive had a cast aluminum housing with a zinc frame. In the same year Gützold had already begun with the production of HO plastic structures. With that, John Gützold laid the foundation for a professional production of model railway locomotives in H0 scale.

In 1952 he produced the first prototypical locomotive of the German locomotive class BR24. The model was produced in both 2-Rail DC and 3-Rail AC and it was equipped with a Ehlcke universal motor one of the first such motors on the market. In 1968 John Gützold handed the company over to his son Bernd Gützold.

In 1972, as part of the nationalization of private enterprises in the GDR , the company was turned into a state-owned enterprise and traded under the name VEB Railroad Model Zwickau. In 1974, Bernd Gützold merged the operation with several Zwickau toy manufacturers. In 1982 the group was merged again into Toys Sonneberg , and the Gützold products were sold under the trade name Piko. After the German reunification in 1990, Gützold again became a family business and the company was incorporated as Gützold GmbH & Co. KG.

After initial difficulties Gützold could re-establish itself on the model railway market with new developments such as the German “Kriegslok” BR52. Gützold produced high-quality locomotives and rolling stock both in H0 and TT scale. In the fall of 2012, the company ceased production because Bernd Gützold decided he wanted to retire. In March 2013, a group of investors from Dresden acquired the the company, and production began again on April 15 of that year. The first new model under the new ownership is the exquisite German express locomotive BR03.10. This new models is excellent and the beginning of a bright new future for the Gützold company.

Gützold models have extensive details and an incredible running performance. When compared to other manufactures Gützold best feature is that they are MADE IN GERMANY.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the small edition size and the great demand for this item, allocations are expected to occur.


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