From the Manufacturer
The GP9 was built by Electro-Motive Division of General Motors between 1954 and 1963, this entry in the "Geep" series was one of the best-selling diesels ever produced. It was distinguished by a powerful 16-cylinder 1,75-HP 567 engine and available with optional dynamic brakes and winterization hatch. DCC-equipped for speed, direction, and lighting, dual-mode NMRA-compliant decoder with 8-pin plug. All-wheel drive, precision can motor, dual, precision-balanced flywheels, super-quiet drive train. Die-cast chassis, metal cut levers. Fine scale handrails, blackened metal wheels, directional lighting. RP25 wheel contours, E-Z Mate Mark II couplers.
This is the HO Scale DCC Santa Fe EMD GP9 Diesel Locomotive
with Dynamic Brakes (#2876) by Bachmann?«.
Suitable for Ages 14 & Older.
FEATURES: Digitally control speed, lighting, and direction
28-step speed control
For use with all NMRA/NEM-compliant DCC systems
E-Z Mate?« Mark II couplers (with metal coil springs)
Compatible with conventional DC-powered layouts
Painted black with zebra stripe
INCLUDES: One DCC Santa Fe EMD GP9 Diesel Locomotive with
Dynamic Brakes (#2876)
SPECS: Scale: HO 1/87