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Tangent Scale Models delivers another group of giant 86-foot high cube boxcar replicas. This four-door Greenville reproduction returns with six new paint schemes: Conrail (ex-Pennsy X60C patch dating from 1976), Illinois Central Gulf (as-delivered 1977), Norfolk Southern (1989 B20-class repaint), Pennsylvania Railroad (X60B mid-1960s appearance), Santa Fe (Bx-106 as-delivered 1965), and Union Pacific (as-delivered 1969 BF-90-5 class). In addition to these new additions, those who missed that eye-catching red with large arrows Southern Pacific high cube, you now have the opportunity to get one with a new release of this 1969 as-delivered scheme in four new road numbers.
ABOVE: Sure to be popular, here’s a 1969 as-delivered Union Pacific high cube with “automated rail way” emblem.
This fully assembled HO-scale high cube includes a wealth of separate detail, accurate trucks and wheels, and authentic features replicating the prototypes. The model sells for $54.95 and discounts are available for quantity purchases direct from Tangent Scale Models. Visit the company’s website for additional information, images, and availability.
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