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O USRA SINGLE-SHEATHED BOX CAR

Prototype Information:
Designed by the United States Railway Administration during World War I, the first of these 50-ton outside-braced boxcars was built in October of 1918. The USRA design was so successful that many single-sheathed cars built through out the 1920s were virtual copies, or "clones" with a variation of the steel ends.

Features Include:
- Highly detailed ABS body
- True 1/4" dimensions and details
- Die-cast chassis
-  Die-cast Andrews-sprung trucks
- Full brake system
- Wood or steel door as per the prototype
- Different steel ends as per the prototype
- Prototypical painting and lettering
- Minimum turning diameter (3-rail) O-31
- Scale 33" wheels and scale couplers (2-rail)

Four road numbers are available per road name except for RF& P which only has 2 road numbers. 

3-RAIL
ITEM#'s

ROAD NAME

2-RAIL
ITEM#'s

6450

Undecorated

7450

  New Road Names  

6466

Chesapeake & Ohio

7466

6467

Clinchfield

7467

6468

Delaware & Hudson

7468

6469

Michigan Central (NYC)

7469

  BONUS ROAD NAME  
6473 RF&P 7473
  New Road Numbers  
6454 Pennsylvania 7454
 


Estimated Delivery: November 2003

MSRP 3-rail: $49.95
MSRP 2-rail: $52.95

 

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