A joint effort from General American and Evans Products, these AAR class
bunkerless refrigerator cars were produced beginning in the early 1950s.
Featuring two large horizontal panels flanking a 77 door, these cars had a
very unique appearance due to the horizontal rivet strip that joined the panels.
With fewer seams than a standard box car, these cars were supposed to be less
prone to rust and leakage. By 1959, over 1,000 of these boxcars were produced.
- Highly detailed, ready-to-run model with accurate painting and printing
- Late improved Dreadnaught ends
- Overhanging diagonal panel roof with or without roofwalk as per the
- Straight-side sill body design
- 8/8 panel, riveted sides
- Highly detailed underframe
- Separately-applied ladders, grab irons and latch bars
- Blackened metal wheels
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