Aerotrain Diesel Passenger Set

The Aerotrain was a streamlined trainset introduced by General Motors Electro-Motive Division in the mid-1950s.[1] It was originally designated Train-Y (Pullman-Standard's Train-X project was already underway), before the Aerotrain marketing name was adopted. Like all of GM's body designs of this mid-century era, this train was first brought to life in GM's Styling Section. Chuck Jordan was in charge of designing the Aerotrain as Chief Designer of Special Projects. It utilized the experimental EMD LWT12 locomotive (U.S. Patent D177,814), coupled to a set of modified GM Truck & Coach Division 40-seat intercity highway bus bodies (U.S. Patent D179,006). The cars each rode on two axles with an air suspension system, which was intended to give a smooth ride, but had the opposite effect.

Set Features
Two-Motored Lead Unit
3-Car Consist
Operates On O-31 Track
Measures: 45 3/4" x 2 1/2" x 3 3/4"
Powered Unit Features
Colorful Paint Scheme
Metal Chassis
Die-Cast Truck Sides
Metal Wheels, Axles and Gears
(2) Precision Flywheel Equipped Motors
Directionally Controlled Headlight
Intricately Detailed ABS Bodies
Locomotive Speed Control In Scale MPH Increments
Proto-Soundr 2.0 With The Digital Command System Featuring: Passenger Station Proto-EffectsT
Car Features
Intricately Detailed Durable ABS Bodies
Die-Cast Trucks
Attractive Deco Scheme
Lighted Car Interiors
Fast-Angle Wheel Sets
Metal Wheels and Axles

En stock
399.00 €
BrandRail King
Width / Wingspan6.50
Supplier´s reference30-2954-1
Airline / OperatorPennsylvania
ManufacturerGeneral Motors
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