In 1936 through the services of industrial designers, streamlining
came to Pennsy passenger service. Top designers worked in collaboration with the
Pennsy's Engineering Department conducting extensive wind tunnel tests with
clay models. The finished locomotive 3768 was publicized at the opening of
the 1938 Worlds Fair painted in a bronze paint scheme. Later the engine
would be painted in the same scheme but in Brunswick green. Other
streamlining treatments were given the Pennsy's passenger fleet, but the work on 3768 set the standard.
Featuring: Die cast boiler, pilot and cab. Authentic construction of tender with removable coal load. Removable drive wheel skirts, our tried and tested puffing smoke unit with real piston "chug" sound and authentic K-4 whistle and bell. Standard "Gription"® front drivers for 100% more pulling power.
Available in the "as delivered" bronze scheme or Brunswick green, both with gold lettering and striping. DC scale models come with smoke and piston sounds. No models are available with DC sound. DC scale version in green (with small wheel flanges) are sale priced at $199.95.
Bronze DC - K46201
Green DC - K46202