Matt and Steve,
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IIRC, one design represents an SP prototype.
Garth G. Groff
Matt Sugerman wrote:
--- In STMFC@yahoogroups.com, "Steve Haas \(G2\)" <Goatfisher2@...> wrote:
Note that Intermountain has cast two different ends for the 12 panel kit over
the years. Early models were a "4/3/thin" , later are a 4/3/0. Also, on some
series produced at the GN's St. Cloud shops, the top "rolling pin" on the
middle "3" panel is flat all the way across the bottom.
I noticed that Intermountain had two different ends also...Any idea why the change??? There were certainly more GN and SP&S cars that were built with the "skinny rib" EID end...
Also, the ribs on the version w/o the "skinny" rib on top do not appear to me to be as "crisp" as the one with the "skinny rib"...
Ft Worth, TX