Box Cars are the workhorses of the railroad, economically moving dry goods and bulk freight from coast to coast, and from factories to distributors everywhere in between. From the early to mid-20th century, the 40' Box Car was the standard size offered by most major railcar manufacturers. Useful for hauling both long-distance bulk shipments and smaller mixed loads for local deliveries, the type remains one of the most iconic freight cars in American history.
- Silver Series Rolling Stock – Fully Assembled
- Highly Detailed Painted Bodies with sliding doors, and Precision Graphics.
- Blackened Machined Metal Wheels with RP25 Contours
- Magnetically Operated E-Z Mate Mark II Couplers
- Non-magnetic Blackened Brass Axles with Needle-point Bearings
- Celcon Trucks
- Added Weight for Optimum Tracking Performance
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