Diesellok class 106 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn.
? Locomotive of the 2nd design
? With rain protection roof of the side windows
? In dark red paint livery with cream-coloured decorative stripes
? Frost protection covers of the ventilation grilles – can be mounted open and closed
? Motor stems made of die-cast metal, therefore more dead weight and high tractive power
? Delicately designed model with many extra-applied plug-in parts
? Headlights/tail lights switchable with a DIP switch
? Circuit board with complex light functions (switchable after digitization: shunting light, individually switchable headlights or tail lights, low beam, driver’s cab illumination)
? With set of etched signs included
The colour scheme of the class V 60.10 changed over the years. The locomotives put into service from class V 60 1097 onwards were painted Bordeaux red and had two cream-coloured decorative stripes. Additionally to the locomotive’s roofs and front structures, the upper part of the driver’s cab was also painted cream. In the 1970s, the rod-driven Dieselloks of the class V 60.10 were painted orange like all DR shunting locomotives.