Re: Erie ARA-1923 boxcar ends


Don Burn
 

They don't match, for one thing the buckeye ends on the '32 ARA car are not inverse buckeye.

Don Burn

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Atlas makes a '32 ARA boxcar with "buckeye" ends. See this listing and then scroll down to see the "Buckeye" options

Atlas HO 1932 ARA Box Car <http://www.atlasrr.com/HOFreight/ho1932boxcar1.htm>
image <http://www.atlasrr.com/HOFreight/ho1932boxcar1.htm>
Atlas HO 1932 ARA Box Car <http://www.atlasrr.com/HOFreight/ho1932boxcar1.htm>
A goal of the American Railway Association (ARA) in the early 1920s was to produce an all-steel box car that could be recognized as a standa...
View on www.atlasrr.com <http://www.atlasrr.com/HOFreight/ho1932boxcar1.htm>
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Does anyone know if these "buckeye" ends match the photo in teh original post?

Tom Hayden

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