HO RTR SD45T-2, SP/Speed Letter #9300

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ROADNAME AND ROAD NUMBER SPECIFIC FEATURES:

Bessemer & Lake Erie
  • #903 and #906
    • Intermediate walkway with large anticlimber and cast jacking pads
    • Leslie 3 chime air horn
  • #910
    • Early walkway small anticlimber
    • Drop step
    • Nathan P3 air horn with bracket
  • All road numbers
    • Previous run: April 2005
    • New road numbers
    • Ex-Southern Pacific
    • Standard EMD 4-Window cab, late without louvers
    • A/C Blanking Plate
    • EMD standard nose
    • Riveted cab side plate with arm rest
    • Mirrors/windwings mounted fore and aft of cab side windows
    • Large Sinclair antenna
    • Underframe mounted bell
    • Speed recorder
    • Era: 2000+
Duluth Missabe & Iron Range
  • #410
    • 3-chime air horn
  • #417
    • 5-chime air horn
  • All road numbers
    • Previous run: April 2005
    • New road numbers
    • Ex-Southern Pacific
    • Standard EMD 4-Window cab, late without louvers
    • EMD standard nose
    • Welded cab side plate
    • 3-pane all weather cab window on both sides
    • Large Sinclair antenna
    • Early walkway without anticlimber
    • Drop step
    • Underframe mounted bell
    • Speed recorder
    • Era: 2000+
Genesee & Wyoming
  • KYLE #3098
    • RV Style air conditioners
    • Dustbin mounted antenna ground plane with round base whip antenna, conduit, and lift ring
    • Early walkway without anticlimber
    • Drop step
  • KYLE #3099
    • Vapor air conditioner
    • Early walkway without anticlimber
    • Drop step
  • MNA #3096
    • A/C Removed
    • Dustbin mounted antenna ground plane with round base whip antenna, conduit, and lift ring
    • Intermediate walkway with large anticlimber and cast jacking pads
  • All road numbers
    • New paint scheme
    • Paint scheme: Genesee Wyoming
    • Southern Pacific tall snowplow front
    • Modified SP L-Window cab with louvers
    • Blanked cab headlight and blanked nose warning light
    • Riveted cab side plate with arm rest
    • Mirrors/windwings mounted fore and aft of cab side windows
    • Sunshades
    • Underframe mounted bell
    • Rectangular cab vent with large cover
    • Hood mounted Nathan P3 air horn with bracket
    • Rectangular builder’s plate
    • Speed recorder
    • Era: 2000+
Southern Pacific Speed Lettering
  • #9300
    • Early walkway without anticlimber
    • Drop step
    • A/C Removed
    • Modified SP L-Window cab with louvers
  • #9367 and #9375
    • Intermediate walkway with large anticlimber and cast jacking pads
    • Vapor air conditioner
    • Modified SP L-Window cab without louvers
    • Non illuminated prime stratolight beacon
  • All road numbers
    • Paint scheme: Speed Lettering
    • Previous run: July 2005
    • New road numbers
    • Southern Pacific tall snowplow front and rear
    • Blanked cab headlight and blanked nose warning light
    • Riveted cab side plate with arm rest
    • Mirrors/windwings mounted fore and aft of cab side windows
    • Sunshades
    • Cab roof bell
    • Rectangular cab vent with large cover
    • Hood mounted Nathan P3 air horn with bracket
    • Dustbin mounted antenna ground plane with round base whip antenna, conduit, and lift ring
    • Rectangular builder’s plate
    • Speed recorder
    • Era: 1992+
Southern Pacific
  • #9183, #9214, and #9231
    • Paint scheme: Bloody Nose
    • Previous run: October 2004
    • New road numbers
    • Nathan P3 air horn
    • Southern Pacific tall snowplow – front and rear
    • Pyle-National single Gyralite with red lens
    • Late SP L-window cab without louvers or roof seam
    • Dual Pyle-National Gyralite cab headlight
    • Riveted cab side plate with arm rest
    • Mirrors/windwings mounted fore and aft of cab side windows
    • Sunshade with rivet strip
    • Cab roof bell
    • Rectangular cab vent with large cover
    • Early walkway with small anticlimber and cast jacking pads
    • Rectangular builder’s plate
    • ACI plate
    • Speed recorder
    • Era: 1972+
Union Pacific
  • #4795 and #4829
    • Blanked cab headlight and blanked nose warning light
    • Vapor air conditioner
    • Leslie air horn with bracket
  • #4972
    • EMD standard nose
    • A/C Blanking Plate
    • Nathan P3 air horn
  • All road numbers
    • Early walkway without anticlimber
    • Drop step
    • Paint scheme: Red sill stripe
    • Previous run: July 2005
    • New road numbers
    • Southern Pacific tall snowplow front
    • Modified SP L-Window cab with louvers
    • Riveted cab side plate with arm rest
    • Mirrors/windwings mounted fore and aft of cab side windows
    • Sunshades
    • Underframe mounted bell
    • Rectangular builder’s plate
    • Speed recorder
    • Era: 1997+

MODEL FEATURES:

  • Fully assembled and ready-to-run
  • Southern Pacific early Dash-2 split battery box doors
  • Nose vent
  • Early Dash-2 ECAFB
  • Standard early turbo exhaust
  • HT-C trucks
  • Three road numbers
  • Separately applied wire grab irons
  • See through cab windows
  • Sliding cab side windows
  • See-through radiator and dynamic brake fans with fan blades visible inside
  • Fine scale handrails for realistic appearance
  • Frame mounted bell
  • Detailed 4,500 gallon fuel tank
  • Separately applied air tanks
  • Speed recorder attached to appropriate axle per prototype
  • McHenry scale knuckle spring couplers
  • DCC ready with Quick Plug technology
  • Highly-detailed, injection molded body
  • Painted and printed for realistic decoration
  • Bi-directional constant lighting so headlight brightness remains consistent
  • All-wheel drive with precision gears for smooth and quiet operation
  • All-wheel electrical pickup
  • 5-pole skew wound motor with flywheels and multi-link drivetrain for trouble-free operation
  • Machined wheels with RP25 contours operate on Code 55, 70, 75, 80, 83, and 100 rail
  • Window packaging for easy viewing
  • Interior plastic blister safely holds the model for convenient storage
  • Minimum radius: 18"
  • Recommended radius: 22"

PROTOTYPE HISTORY:

During the early 1970s, Southern Pacific sought a solution for their locomotives overheating and shutting down in the High Sierra mountain tunnels and snow sheds due to the accumulation of exhaust gases and excessive heat. After extensive testing, SP solved the problem by moving the radiator intakes to just above the running boards thus creating the SD45T-2 "tunnel motor".

Specifications

DCC: Ready
Minimum Age Recommendation: 14 years
Is Assembly Required: No

HO RTR SD45T-2, SP/Speed Letter #9300

[ATH88793]

$134.98

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This product is discontinued.
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