What you see written down and as shown! Die-Cast Boiler and Tender Body. Authentic Paint Scheme & Cab Numbers.RP-25 Metal Wheels Mounted On Metal Axles. Directionally Controlled Constant Voltage Headlight. Powerful 5-Pole Precision Flywheel Equipped Motor. (2) Scale Operating Couplers (front one has been replaced). Metal Handrails and Decorative Bell.
Synchronized Puffing ProtoSmoke System (probably the most impressive puffing met so far). Locomotive Speed Control In Scale MPH Increments. Interchangeable Traction Tire-Equipped Drive Wheels (still sealed in bag). Operates On Code 70, 83, & 100 Rail Curves (needs the wider curve you can get and not friendly at all to steep layout track slopes).Unit Measures:15 3/4" x 2 1/4" x 1 1/2. Recommended On 18+ Radius Curves.
Basic DCC commands as follows. (F1) Toggles bell sounds on/off. (F2) Blows the whistle for as long as it's on.
Just download the complete manual for more.. (F5) Toggles all lighting (except the head & tail light) on/off, including Marker LED's.Just downlowd/read carefully and explore the complete manual still availlable on MTH site or just ask me to send you the related link. In 1937 the Southern Pacific trumpeted a new train in full-page magazine ads:Let us stand by the tracks of Southern Pacific's Coast Line, as thousands now do every day and listen. Suddenly from far off comes a musical note, rising. Round a curve flashes a streak of color. Here comes the Daylight, the most beautiful train in the West! The Daylights linked Los Angeles and San Francisco in a glorious daylight trip, streaking along the Pacific Ocean for more than a hundred breathless miles. " Travelers were invited to "Step inside the Daylight and see the beauty and luxury that have already won the West. Notice the wide, soft seats in the coaches. They are cushioned with sponge rubber and turn to face the extraordinarily large windows. Presenting a glorious streak of orange and red from locomotive to observation car, the Daylights were a sharp departure from the SP's normal dark olive passenger cars. Leading the trains were the Southern Pacific's class GS (for "Golden State") Northerns, arguably among the handsomest steam engines ever built. Constructed by Lima Locomotive Works, inventor of the super-power concept, the Daylight 4-8-4s had the combination of power and speed that characterized steam power at its zenith. Class GS-4 engines, delivered in 1941 and 1942, were among the last and best-looking of the breed, with tall 80 drivers and enclosed all-weather cabs. You ll get exactly what you see at the listing photos as described in the above text! STAY SAFE & ENJOY RAILROADING!! The item "HO Scale MTH 80-3214-1 DAYLIGHT #4449 GS-4 Steam Engine 4-8-4 withProto-Sound 3.0" is in sale since Saturday, January 9, 2021. This item is in the category "Toys & Hobbies\Model Railroads & Trains\HO Scale\Locomotives".
The seller is "scaletrains4less" and is located in Piraeus. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe.