The Eurofima coach, or European Standard Coach (French: Voiture Standard Européenne), is a passenger car designed for use on international railway routes in Europe. It was commissioned by the European Company for the Financing of Railroad Rolling Stock (French: Société européenne pour le financement de matériel ferroviaire) (Eurofima).
Overall production was 10 prototypes, followed by 500 cars ordered in 1973 and delivered in 1977 to the following railway companies:
- Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB): 25 Amoz and 75 Bmoz;
- Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB): 100 Avmz 207 first class;
- Ferrovie dello Stato (FS): 30 Az and 70 Bz;
- French National Railway Corporation (SNCF): 100 A9u;
- National Railway Company of Belgium (NMBS-SNCB): 20 A9 and 60 B11;
- Swiss Federal Railways (SBB-CFF-FFS): 20 Am 61 85 19-90.
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