One of the most iconic streetcar designs ever produced, the PCC — Presidents' Conference Committee, named for the design committee that invented it — was conceived in the 1930s. It could seat between 50-60 people and 5,000 were built between 1936 and 1952. It also became a very popular unit internationally and remains in service around the globe.
This unique HO scale models of the classic streetcar replicates one in service with the Philadelphia Transit Company and comes DCC & Sound-equipped (including 16-bit polyphonic audio such as bell, stop requests, opening and closing doors, trolley pole adjustment, generator, and spark effects). It also features simulated sparking at the end of its pole, an operating headlight, simulated windows and silhouettes, an illuminated interior, an authentic underframe, magnetically operated knuckle couplers, and RP25 metal wheels with added weight for smooth operation. Minimum radius of 15". Measures approximately 6½" long