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BFK 17107

Precio original €70,95 - Precio original €70,95
Precio original
€70,95 - €70,95
Precio actual €70,95

NOTE: quoted prices to the EU do not include VAT.


Accurascale se enorgullece de revelar la última incorporación a su bien recibida gama de material rodante, la serie de autocares Mk.2b, una de varias subclases de "eslabón perdido" que nunca se ha producido en forma de alta calidad. en escala de 4 mm. Construidos en Litchurch Lane, Derby, durante 1969, se construyeron 111 vehículos para British Rail en tres diseños; Turista Segundo Abierto (TSO), Pasillo Primero (FK) y Pasillo de Freno Primero (BFK).

Características comunes:

  • Modelos a escala 1:76,2/calibre OO muy detallados en pista de 16,5 mm
  • Detalle de remache exterior extremadamente fino en el techo y en los extremos del coche
  • Piezas de metal grabado y plástico de alta fidelidad aplicadas por separado, incluidos pasamanos, tubos de calor de freno/vapor, cableado y enchufes ETH, escalones, acoplador de nudillo de cabeza abatible ficticia y rejillas de ventilación del techo
  • Acristalamiento sin prisma
  • Tarjetas y soportes de destino prepintados/impresos para la región occidental, además de cubiertas de llenado de agua proporcionadas para que el cliente las instale
  • Bastidor completamente detallado con numerosas piezas separadas, tramos de tubería y diferencias precisas entre versiones
  • Los bogies B4 y B5 más precisos jamás producidos, con posibilidad de volver a medir a calibres EM o P4 (británicos de 18,83 mm o irlandeses de 21 mm)
  • Juegos de ruedas de perfil RP25.110 ennegrecidos con medidas consecutivas de 14,4 mm y puntas de 26 mm
  • Diferentes búferes para posiciones retraídas y no retraídas
  • Interiores precisos con característicos reposacabezas 'alados', pasamanos interiores de metal separados en los vehículos de freno y pasillo y compartimento de guardia completamente detallado
  • Enchufes de acoplamiento estándar NEM de altura correcta con miniacopladores de bloqueo de tensión y acoplamiento corto cinemático
  • Fácil conversión a acopladores de nudillos compatibles con Kadee

  • Paquete de iluminación completo, incluido
    • Iluminación interior controlada por "varita" magnética
    • Condensador 'Stay-Alive' en todos los vagones
    • iluminación direccional con control de CC o DCC (solo remolque de conducción)

  • Radio mínimo 438 mm (segundo radio establecido-riel)
  • Longitud del entrenador: 269 mm

Customer Reviews

Based on 52 reviews
James W.
Amazing 2B

Accurascale do it again with their 2B - amazing quality and detail for the 4mm scale. I can see why these have sold out so quickly - a second run is definitely needed.

Steven R.
Some of the best coaches money can buy

I was originally sceptical about these coaches, is all the extra detail and quality worth it, well having now had it in my hands yes it is, make sure to take advantage of the buy more than 1 offers and it helps keep a nice rake. Only not it would be nice if we item of rolling stock if Accurascale could make it easier to make a typical rake for that rolling stock with some examples for different regions next to the rolling stick that would be very much appreciated.

Justin F.
BFK 17107

I purchased this coach following on from my NSE coaches I previously purchased.

I am never going to use or look at another competitor - 100% highly recommended - swift postage, very highly detailed - a 1:1 scale into 1:76 - I'm speechless!! :)

Stephen S.

No more words needed, the title says it all

Steve P.
Top quality coaching stock

Simply the best coaching stock on the market today

Mark V.
The good old days of the pork pie’s and curling sandwiches

Yet another great model by you guys well made fully detailed and easy to navigate and add people inside.
Recommend to anyone if you can purchase some or hopefully a rerun batch produced.

Daniel C.
Accurascale model of a oo scale coach

The best model of a MK2 coach

John K.
Mk2b coaches

Amazing quality, fidelity. Well done again.


Very pleased with the mk2bs a great modelm

Andrew D.
The great accurascale Mk2b's

I was pleased to add BFK 17107 to my other recently purchased Mk2b accurascale coaches so as to make a nice rake of up to eight vehicles. The detail is exceptionally good and just as I remember of the prototypes from the active rail enthusiast days of my youth!

The fine detail on the underframe as a whole is astonishingly good, but noteworthy its legible and crisply defined lettering, both printed in white on blue and moulded on toilet water heating control boxes, is stunningly good, particularly when viewed under a magnifying lens.

The provision of buffers in both the retracted position (for when buckeye coupled to another vehicle), and, in their usable, saddle fitted extended length (for when **** coupled to another vehicle or locomotive), is an exceptionally nice touch. And, those buffers are just right, the shape, tapers and curvatures of the heads is spot on. Well done!

However, one detail that I certainly don't recall from my youth is the lack of Inter-City labels on the sides of the vehicles accurascale have represented from, I presume, their first entry into service. I thought that this branding was applied to all Mk2 types from the air braked Mk2a variants (onwards) once they entered service following the vacuum braked Mk2(s).

I may well have this wrong, and even though I recall these vehicles being hauled by Western hydraulics of class 52 I just never saw the Mk2b's at an early enough time to have registered this in my head. But either way it made me buy this IC branded example to supplement the non branded BFK 14111 that I received first after preorder.

One other labelling issue that, to be honest, grates a tad is the location of the vehicle number on the van end of the coach. Aesthetically BR made the effort to apply these squarely under the nearest window or a blank panel between windows, and, or doors. On the other side of the coach the fleet number is properly fitted squarely beneath the lavatory window, but this should be the same on the van end, squarely beneath the right hand end van window (in the side corridor). That the number is actually offset to the right of the window just looks wrong, it rather spoils the look and given this didn't generally happen in reality does somewhat slightly tarnish the look of this otherwise fantastic model.

I love the idea of a choice of curtain 'styles' to attach into the first class compartments, but, to be honest, as these vehicles' 1st class compartments when in blue and grey livery had orange curtains for the duration it is a bit of a faff to have to stick them in; but, good they are, so it's not really a criticism, although advice as to how to best do this curtain hanging is sadly lacking on the otherwise informative booklet of vehicle history and exploded diagrams of each vehicle model.

All in all, another excellent accurascale model, as with my other Mk2b's. Can RTR coaches in OO gauge get better than this? I have my doubts.

'Many thanks for the review and the very positive words about the Accurascale Mk.2b coach. As the history in the leaflet provided with the model states, the Inter-City branding did not debut until September 1970 by which point BR was well on with building the Mk.2c variants. The lettering was retrospectively applied to the Mk.2b (and other earlier Mk.2 coaches) in due course and photographic evidence suggests this was completed by around 1973. Regarding the position of the number on the van end of the Mk.2b BFK, extensive reference to photos suggests that the number was rarely 'squarely under the window' ( In their as built condition they were actually located in the same place as the number on the passenger end on the other side. It wasn't until the air-con builds that the number appeared to be centered under the rear window on the van side and this didn't filter through until the 1980s on the earlier PV types. Finally, we are preparing a series of tutorials for adding the additional details to the models and these will be uploaded to our website soon.'

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