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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
Pennsylvania Railroad had a small fleet of Buckwalter electric tractors. These were rubber tired switchers used to switch the industries in tight dockside areas in Jersey City, Baltimore, and Philadelphia. According to the book Trackside on the PRR North of Washington D.C. these unique units were PRR Class 3/8000 and were first built in 1912 were originally battery powered and they were later repowered with gasoline engines. This truck, which looks more like a special locomotive, which it really is, than an ordinary electric tractor, is limited to a speed of eight miles per hour. It is 22 feet in length and has a wheel base of only 12 feet. The tread is 6 feet inside the wheels and these being 12 inches in width, make the total width 8 feed. The machine weighs complete 28,850 pounds.
Model consists of two parts - main body and 1.5mm plate with interior elements.
Medium - default model
SMALL - default model without wheels