Kato HO 35-6093 Superliner I Coach-Baggage Car Amtrak 'Phase VI' #31035

Kato HO 35-6093 Superliner I Coach-Baggage Car Amtrak 'Phase VI' #31035


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Kato HO 35-6093 Superliner I Coach-Baggage Car Amtrak 'Phase VI' #31035

Prototype Information Superliner I Diner Car:

The Superliner I fleet was built in 1979 by Pullman Standard. Amtrak’s Superliners were based on the famous Budd built Hi-Levels operated by the Santa Fe railroad, for their El Capitan all-coach train. Amtrak passenger trains can run with a variety of car combinations, including lounge cars, dining cars, and sleepers on longer distance trains, with shorter trains running mostly coaches with perhaps a dining car and a coach/baggage car. Amtrak Superliners run all over the country, with the exception of the northeast corridor, where high roofs and low tunnel ceilings pose a dangerous combination.

All Kato Superliner cars and Material Handling Cars come with preinstalled detailing and thin railings. The passenger cars have complete upper and lower level interior detailing, which can be lit with the installation of an optional interior lighting kit 7-504, prototypical fluting on the exterior of the cars, and flush mounted and tinted windows. All cars have smooth rolling trucks with working bearing caps and shock absorber construction, and are weighted for a hefty feel and performance. The included Kinematic tight-lock couplers can be installed on both passenger and MHC’s.

Model Features:

  • Perfectly suited to be pulled by Kato’s EMD F40PH locomotives or GE P42 'Genesis' locomotives.
  • All details factory installed
  • Metal weights give prototypical heft and momentum
  • Optional kinematic couplers allow prototypical close coupling while still navigating tight radius curves.
  • Fully detailed interior can be lit with optional Lighting kit.
  • Designed with easily illuminated marker lights with optional light board #958046
  • Free rolling, detailed trucks with rotating bearing caps and shock absorber construction.