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Walthers Mainline 7844 - HO 59Ft Cylindrical Hopper - Canadian Wheat Board CNWX #106343

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Walthers Mainline 7844 - HO 59Ft Cylindrical Hopper - Canadian Wheat Board CNWX #106343
HO 59Ft Cylindrical Hopper - Canadian Wheat Board CNWX #106343

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Moving grain and a variety of other bulk loads, these colorful WalthersMainline models of the popular 59Ft Cylindrical Hopper make it easy to model a complete unit train! Introduced in 1972 to handle grain and potash, the cars are based on prototypes built by National Steel Car with a capacity of 4550 cubic feet of cargo. Theyve worn a wide range of colorful paint and lettering schemes over the years, 59Ft Cylindrical Hoppers can still be found all across North America today.

Nicely detailed, fully assembled and affordably priced to make it easy to expand your fleet, WalthersMainline 59Ft Cylindrical Hoppers feature:
One time run of these roadnumbers, order now - limited quantity available
Model of a National Steel Car 4550 cubic foot car
Fully assembled, ready to run
Thousands used in North American grain and potash service from 1972 to the present
Trough or round loading hatches as appropriate
Four different car numbers for each roadname
See-through running boards
Detailed brake gear, roof hatches and end ladders
Correct 36inch RP-25 metal wheelsets
Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers
Details
SKU 910-7844
Quantity in stock 7 item(s) available
Road Name: Canadian Wheat Board
Price: CA$37.99
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