SKTRAINS AM/MS 86
The 900 series is a series of EMU (two coaches) of the SNCB; they are more commonly called Sprinter (pronounced sprintèrre) or AM 86 after the year of the beginning of construction: from 1986 to 1991. It is characterized by its typical front wall which has the shape of a diving mask (which led to the nickname AM Cousteau). These railcars have a low mass; thus, in conditions of reduced adhesion, the braking and traction performances are strongly degraded.
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There are 3 variants in this package:
1st and 2nd generation railcar (Bordeaux)
renovated railcar (new look)
Realistic headlight and lantern system
Inscriptions and signage in conformity
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