This diesel hydraulic locomotive was known as the most powerful of its day. The full cutaway of this engine has been reproduced with such accuracy that it will fascinate and attract anyone who sees it.
In October of 1961, the U.S. received the first German ML-4000's. These engines used a unique turbo-transmission which was direct geared to the driving wheels. With unmatched horsepower and almost no loss of traction, three of these engines had the same pulling capacity of eight of the industry's standard F7 units.
The framed size is 20.5" wide by 8.5" high.
Natural Basswood finish (as pictured) is mounted on a Baltic Blue matte and surrounded by a rich cherry finish frame.
Brass and Steel finishes are mounted on a black matte within a black frame which gives a very contemporary look.
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