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Rapido Trains 121061-3 37ft General American Meat Reefer Union Refrigerator Transit URTX No.63072

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Rapido Trains 121061-3 37ft General American Meat Reefer Union Refrigerator Transit URTX No.63072
General American 37Ft Wood Meat Reefers are based on refrigerator cars built between 1937 and 1941 by General American Transportation (GARX). Although built with a wooden sheathed body and roof that made them look like a car from an earlier era, these GARX cars were modern for their time. They were constructed on a steel underframe of similar construction to boxcar underframes then in common use and featured AB brakes, Equipco brake wheels and housings and Barber S-1 trucks. More than 940 cars were built to this configuration making it one of the most numerous meat reefer designs, and they lasted in service well into the early 1970s. AAR class "RSM" refrigerator cars were normally assigned only to meat service, running between meat packing houses and regional dealers throughout North America. These finely detailed cars are perfect for steam and classic diesel-era freight consists. General American 37ft Wood Meat Reefers feature molded bodies with loads of applied details, full underbody detailing, metal wheels and McDonald-Cartier metal knuckle couplers. Check out the entire line of Rapido Trains HO Scale freight cars and containers.

Built 1938, delivery scheme
4-pack contains the following:
No.63065
No.63072
No.63080
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SKU 606-121061-3
Quantity in stock 2 item(s) available
Road Name: GATX
Price: CA$52.99
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Due in Stock: June 01, 2021
 

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