HO 60' PS Auto Box, SP #621124

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Key Features
• CB&Q: Separately applied "Burlington Route" sign board
• "As delivered" paint schemes
• New road numbers
• Early version: photo-etched metal roofwalks and full height ladders
• Fully detailed full cushion underframe
• Separately applied door closure rods, metal grab irons and etched metal end platforms
• 100-Ton roller bearing trucks with operating bearing caps
• Era: early 1960s thru 1970s
• Minimum radius: 18"
• Recommended radius: 22"
• Fully-assembled and ready-to-run out of the box
• Accurately painted and printed for prototypical realism
• Highly-detailed, injection-molded body
• Separate wireform grab irons, etched metal coupler platforms, and/or etched metal roofwalk
• Coupler lift bars, trainline hoses, brake hoses, and hardware
• Full underframe detail: air brake reservoir, control valve, and brake cylinder with plumbing and brake rod details
• trucks with rotating bearing caps
• Machined metal wheels
• Weighted for trouble free operation
• Wheels with RP25 contours operate on Code 75, 83, 100 rail
• Body-mounted, McHenry operating scale knuckle couplers
• Multiple road numbers
• Window packaging for easy viewing, plus interior plastic blister safely holds the model for convenient storage
• Replacement parts available

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.

HO 60' PS Auto Box, SP #621124



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