Designed to move lightweight sheet metal parts economically, these big cars are a fixture of modern auto production. Introduced in the mid 1960s by Pullman-Standard, the cars feature large double-doors for easy access by forklifts. Parts are carried in special baskets to simplify loading or unloading. Assigned to pool service, they can be spotted moving in priority parts trains on many railroads. Based on the common four-door design originally built for Ford and Chrysler plants, the models feature the correct ribbed ends and the unique side sills with visible interior posts as found on the prototypes.
Multiple body styles
Plate B Box Car
AccuMate body-mounted couplers
Blackened metal wheels
Shipping & Handling
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2 to 9 business days in the USA
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