Aristocraft 31403 G Scale Heavy Weight Observation Car, Milwaukee Road

New In Original Packaging - RARE FIND !!!

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Aristocraft 31403 Heavy Weight Observation Car MLW

$395.95Price
  • Aristocraft 31403 G Scale Heavy Weight Observation Car, Milwaukee Road

    New In Original Packaging - RARE FIND !!!

    UPC: 022081314036

    Special Condition Note: This Particular Unit is Brand New in Box, It has NEVER BEEN RUN but has been re-plastic wrapped and may come in less than perfect packaging (only).

    Unit has been examined and cleaned and is guaranteed.

    Front / Rear Operating AAR Knuckle Couplers
    Detailed passenger car trucks (prototype specific 2 or 3 axle trucks) with metal wheels and shorter coupler shanks for closer coupling
    Moveable vestibule doors
    Solid-state electrical circuit
    Removable roof
    Operating interior lights
    Blackened brass grab-railings
    Detailed interiors with seats, bag racks, and lavatory (No interior in baggage sections)
    Realistic Painting & Authentic Detailing
    Detailed Underframe including Air Brake System components
    Was Sold separately in Coach, Pullman, and as four car sets of Combine, Observation, RPO, and Diner.

    Built with all-steel construction (which gave them their nickname "heavyweights") these coach cars were the finest on rails in the 20s and 30s. Bring the era to life on your layout with these models, painted and lettered for some of the most colorful trains of the times. Each features a fully detailed interior with working lights, removable roof, operating vestibule doors, sprung trucks, detailed bodies and brass handrails. Because of their size, these cars should be operated on large radius curves. The Standard Heavyweight passenger cars are based upon a design built by the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Company for the Central Railroad of New Jersey (CNJ) in the early 1920's. Standard Heavyweight Passenger Cars were different than any other rolling stock in the type of cargo that it carried.
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