ATLAS #10003220: Silver Series HO Scale EMD GP40 Low Nose Locomotive, DC (DCC Ready), RTR - Georgia Railroad GARR #752 (black, white)
NOTE: Different Locomotive Road Number May Be Shown In Picture.
The Atlas Master Silver HO EMD GP40 locomotive is based on the 3,000-horsepower road switchers introduced in 1966. These locomotives were powered by the 16-cylinder 645-series prime mover. A total of 1,145 units were produced between 1966 and 1972. These turbocharged 3,000hp locomotives were used primarily in road freight service. The GP40 was a versatile locomotive that could be found across the US hauling drag freights over mountain passes and leading high-speed intermodal trains across flat terrain. Three rooftop radiator fans at the rear of the long hood differentiate a GP40 from its lower horsepower counterpart, the GP38, which has two fans.
The Atlas EMD GP40 comes equipped with an eight-pin DCC socket for easy decoder installation when you're ready. Other EMD GP40 features include a five-pole skewed-armature motor with dual flywheels, directional LED lighting, AccuMate magnetic knuckle couplers, accurate decoration, road name appropriate body phase details and plenty of applied details.
CONDITION: New In Original Atlas Silver Series Factory Window Box Packaging.
QUANTITY IN STOCK: Two (2) Currently Available.