Two-part diesel multiple unit consisting of a class VT 75.9 motor car and a class VB 140 trailer, 2nd class, of the Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB).
Purple red base color.
Cabins of the motor vehicle equipped with sun hoods and on each cabin a typhoon with curved horn.
Roof version of the motor vehicle with mounted roof coolers and supply and exhaust pipes and additional control rods.
Motor car and trailer car with rod buffers.
Company numbers VT 75 902 and VB 140 042.
Operating condition ca. 1959.
Completely new development.
mfx decoder with extensive sound functions.
Standard built-in interior lighting in motor car and trailer with warm white LEDs.
Superstructure largely made of metal.
Many mounted details.
Company numbers: VT 75 902 and VB 140 042.
With mfx digital decoder and extensive sound functions.
Controlled high-efficiency propulsion with flywheel in the motor car.
Both axles powered in the motor vehicle.
Standard built-in interior lighting in the motor vehicle and trailer.
Three-point front signal changes with the direction of travel and 2 red marker lights on the motor vehicle and interior lighting in traditional operation, can be controlled digitally.
Lighting with low-maintenance warm white LEDs.
Red marker light on the motor vehicle can be controlled separately digitally on side 2 on the side of the trailer.
Prototypical trailer without front signal.
Current-conducting connection between the vehicle units with coupling drawbar with scissor guide.
Unobstructed view into the motor vehicle and the trailer.
Ladder mounted separately on the motor vehicle.
Length over the buffers of the two-piece wagon group 28.1 cm.
Digital functions from CONTROL UNIT to CENTRAL STATION 3/2* MOBILE STATION 2**
Driving noise diesel locomotive
Squeal of brakes off
Front signal behind off
Tested for features
No breakage or paint damage
See photos for a nice impression
Presentation rail is not part of the sale
Main track: From 1932 the Waggonfabrik Bautzen delivered two-axle trainsets for the branch lines. They were classified at the Deutsche Reichsbahn as VT 135, the trailers as VB 140 and with a maximum speed of 70 km/h they were faster than the steam locomotives on these branch lines. The trainsets were later assigned to the DB as VT 75.9. The trainsets had a four-stroke diesel engine which was usually placed under the wagon floor. The power of the Daimler engines could be increased from the original 120 hp to 135 hp. Later mounted DWK engines had a power of 180 hp. The last units of this type of trainsets were in use at the Deutsche Reichsbahn, classified as BR 186.2. They were in use until the late 1960s.