- Fully-assembled and ready-to-run out of the box
- Accurately painted and printed
- Highly detailed, injection molded body
- Separately applied brake wheel
- Highly detailed doors
- Machined metal wheels
- 100-Ton roller bearing trucks with extended drawbar
- Era: Early 1960s thru 1970s
- Screw mounted trucks
- Operates on Code 55 and 80 rail
- McHenry operating knuckle couplers
- Minimum radius: 11"
- Recommended radius: 15"
PROTOTYPE AND BACKGROUND INFO:
- During the 1960's, Ford Motor Company, Pullman Standard and Santa Fe pooled their resources to develop a standard boxcar to meet the transportation needs of automobile manufacturers in the United States. Delivered in 1965, the Pullman Standard auto parts boxcar is the most prolific example of this type of freight car. It ultimately changed the face of automobile manufacturing and rail transportation.
PRIMED FOR GRIME MODELS FEATURE:
- Faded base colors matched to the prototype, the perfect starting point for adding grime and rust
- Patches applied and shaped per road number matching each corresponding side to the prototype
- Duplicated look and feel of "In Service" equipment; "Tattered and Torn" just like the real thing
- Some Prime for Grime models feature paint scheme variations
|COUPLER STYLE:||McHenry Scale Knuckle|
|Minimum Age Recommendation:||14 years|
|Is Assembly Required:||No|
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