NAMES & ROAD NUMBERS!
O 36' Wood Refrigerator Cars
The 36' reefer model is a highly detailed
reproduction of the car that was a mainstay in the meatpacking
industry during the steam era. Based upon cars built by the General
American Car Company for the Cudahy Packing Co. in 1925, the 36' wood
reefer is representative of the thousands of cars that transported
meat, dairy, beer and food products well into the 1960's.
-NEW! Optional 3-Rail Scale Adjust-A-Coupler™ System included
painting and lettering
-Highly detailed ABS body
-Separately-applied grab irons, ladders and stirrups
-Hatch styles and truss rods appropriate per road name
-Separately-applied door hardware
-Opening hatches and doors
-Detailed braking system
-40-ton Bettendorf-style die-cast sprung trucks
-Die-cast articulated couplers (3-rail)
-Die-cast scale couplers with internally sprung knuckles (2-rail)
-33” scale metal wheels (2-rail)
-Minimum diameter curve (3-rail): O-31
radius curve (2-rail): 24”
Atlas O body mounted scale couplers can be used on both 2-rail and 3-rail versions.
Two road numbers are available
per road name except for Swift, which has four.