Re: CG '37 AAR 10' door and a half box cars


Don Worthy
 

Earl
The "StreamLine" scheme was very brief, from June of 1952 to the end of 53 on cars painted in the CG shops. The 1st group of PS1 boxcars were the only cars that had the "factory" scheme, which is different from the shop painted cars. There are several things that are different between the two schemes.
Don Worthy
Ivey, Ga.

Earl Tuson <etuson@...> wrote:
> Did you use the G. Komar transfers?

Speaking of those, I have seen from Gene Deimling's P48 version of this car that the Komar set includes the 'modified box' reporting mark style with the Nancy Hanks/Man O' War slogans. Does the Komar set also come with the rounded style lettering that would have been used on the 6300-6499 and 6500-6599 cars when built? Furthermore, when (or to which, if known) were the Nancy Hanks/Man O'War slogan applied? TIA,

Earl Tuson





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