Wham 80000 is a 15-ton stack two-shaft covered freight car that appeared in 1960 to adapt to the pallet transportation introduced to reduce handling (loading and unloading work). Vehicles manufactured since 1975 (280,000) have been extended the distance between the axles (wheel base) for traveling stability, and the floor plate has been reinforced and the aluminum weight of the side sliding door has been reduced accordingly.
A major specification change was made. The Wam 380000 is a modified / derived form of Wam 80000, and it is a vehicle that reduces rolling resistance by modifying the running part with roller bearings.
This model of the Wamu 80000 wagon features lots of external details and livery designs which replicate the prototype. An ideal add on to the EF64-0 Locomotive. This set includes two covered wagons.