Burlington 40' Box Car
1944 40' AAR Box Car
NOTE: deLuxe has announced that they are going to run another batch (with six new numbers). We are taking orders for these.
Starting in 1959, Chicago Burlington & Quincy's home built XM-32 box cars began to receive the Chinese Red paint schemes. The "Everywhere West" and "Way of the Zephyrs" mottoes remained but were more low key than previous brown scheme (deLuxe 14010). Most of the cars followed the standard pattern with the reporting marks to the left of the door, but a number of cars (represented by one car in the 2-pack and one in the 3-pack) had the scheme flip-flopped with the big "Burlington" on the right and rectangular logo on the left.
These models featue 6' opening doors (Pat Pend), diagonal panel roofs, and 4-3-1 Improved Dreadnaught ends, and 10 panel riveted sides. The Apex roofwalk, stirrups,a nd Ajax brakewheel are all etched metal. The cars are equipped with 50 ton trucks and refined knuckle couplers developed jointly by deLuxe and InterMountain.
A total of 6 unique road numbers are available by purchasing all three packs.
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