Prototype: German Sleeping and Dining Car Company (DSG) type WL4üg[e](-39) streamlined express train ("Schürzenwagen") sleeping car. Used in overnight train D 475 that ran in the summer schedule of 1962 between Basle and Westerland (Sylt). Car routing from Frankfurt (Main) via Hannover and Hamburg Altona to Westerland.
Model: The car has an mfx digital decoder and extensive sound functions such as teeth being brushed, gargling, toilets being flushed, yawning, snoring, and the staff speaking. The factory-installed interior lighting can be controlled digitally. Maintenance-free, warm white LEDs are used for the lighting. Different light functions can be controlled separately and digitally. The car has separable, current-conducting couplers. A pickup shoe is mounted on the car. The car has Görlitz design trucks and rubber corridor connections at the ends. Length over the buffers 27 cm / 10-5/8".
Overnight train D 475 can be modelled with this car together with the 43204 car set from the Märklin H0 assortment.
This car was used in the summer schedule for 1962 in overnight train D 475. Train D 475 ran at least on a partial route (Hamburg Altona - Westerland) with three sleeping cars.