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This thread illustrates several examples of CN rolling stock, mostly custom paint jobs and some kit-bashes for service on my model railway.
This car is an Intermountain "AAR 1937" (10'0" inside height) boxcar that was custom painted and lettered with C-D-S dry transfers following photos of similar matching cars from my reference books.
Extra details such as ACI, COTS and U-1 decals added from various MicroScale sets.
I model 1985, so the car was modeled in the post-1961 paint job with no running boards. Just needs some weathering yet.
Chris van der Heide
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