Die-cast trucks and operating couplers with hidden tabs
Opening side and end doors
Separately applied detail parts
Equipped for hauling automobiles or other large loads, end door boxcars offered a railroad's customers more versatility in loading or unloading. Cars of this design were relatively common from the 1930s to the 1960s when larger cars and multi-level auto-racks came onto the scene. Cars only had doors at one end and often had to be turned for loading or unloading - an extra challenge for model railroad operations.
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