GM retook the horsepower lead in 1965 with the introduction of the SD45 locomotive. They equipped it with a new 20-cylinder engine designed after a Japanese marine engine, the largest power plant ever used in a locomotive. The SD45 was able to generate 3600 H.P., a 20% improvement over the SD40 model. Williams offers this powerful SD45 locomotive in the Wisconsin Central maroon and cream paint scheme. Locomotive Features: 6 wheel power trucks with traction tires; Powered by dual motors; Flywheel coasting action; All metal gears; Electronic 6-amp reverse board; True Blast II digital horn and bell; Durable ABS plastic shell; Die-cast trucks, truck sides, pilots, and fuel tank; Dual headlights; Prototypical wire form handrails; and Die-cast operating couplers.
|Locomotive Length 17 inches, Height 4 inches.|Technical
|WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD! Small parts. Not intended for children under 3 years of age.|
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