|UIC number||Revision date|
|20 87 388 6 398-3||05.02.68|
42 g. (NEM: 57 to 74 g)
Bogies correct. Non-detailed floor (no wood grain, no rivets). The tie rods are inserted, but the struts are much too thick. The brake equipment is moulded with the chassis. The hauling diabolos are represented only halfway.
Floor dimensions: 125 × 28.8, thickness 3 mm.
The overall dimensions are closer to 1:86, even 1:85, than 1:87. My Fleischmanns of the 60s were all oversized. A leopard cannot change its spots…
Buffers, wheels, and brake shoes painted.
Quotation from Loco-Revue:
These wagons were introduced in France
by the US Army in 1917/18 (Pershing and Felton equipment), then were
taken over, after the end of hostilities, by the Ministry of Public
Works (TP) , before being distributed in 1920/21 between the large
railways companies (except Alsace-Lorraine), and incorporated in their
|Longueur h.t.||12 143||139.6||142.0|
|Chassis length||11 043||126.9||128.3|
|Pivot distance||7 995||91.9||92.5|
|Bogie wheelbase||1 676||19.3||19.2|
Maßstab: PERFEKTION(Scale : perfection), they say!