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HO Challenger, Union Pacific #3989 LIONEL MSRP 699.95

$559.95

Die-cast metal boiler, frame, tender body and tender frame
Built in DCC decoder equipped with QSI® Quantum Sound®
Analog or digital operation for compatibility with most layouts
Powerful five-pole can motor with two momentum flywheels
Constant speed control for steady speed up and down grades, regardless of load, with DCC operation
Constant-intensity directional lighting including tender back-up light
Firebox glow on coal fired models
Illuminated number boards
Lighted cab interior
Seuthe® smoke unit-ready
Sliding cab windows
Opening cab roof hatch
Authentic cab interior including detailed backhead
Deck plate between locomotive and tender
Smoke deflectors where appropriate
Coal or oil fired ashpan and tender where appropriate
Double or single stack versions where appropriate
RP-25 contour on all wheels
Kadee® compatible coupler on rear of tender
Removable pilot cover with additional double-heading coupler included
Many separately applied details
Brass bell, whistle and pop-off valves
Authentic paint schemes
Accurate builder’s and trust plates
Operates on code 70, 83 and 100 rail
Dual speaker system
Synchronized, articulated engine chuff
Authentic Challenger whistle
Authentic Challenger bell
Squealing brakes
Doppler effect
Turbogenerator sounds when lights turn on
Sound-of-Power®–Intensity of the chuff varies depending on the load
Air let-off in neutral
Air pumps in neutral
Blower hiss
Safety valve pop-off
Water injector
Coupler crash when operated with DCC
Helper mode that mutes the whistle and bell for double-heading
Volume control accessible under tender water hatch
Gauge: HO Gauge
Minimum Curve: 18
Dimensions:
Length: 16 3/4” to inside of coupler pocket
Weight: 3 lbs.
Minimum radius: 18” curves,
22” curves recommended 6-58001


RailLine: Union Pacific

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  • Model: 6-58001
  • Shipping Weight: 2lbs
  • 2 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Lionel


This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 30 December, 2006.