First up is an IMRC 40' PS1 Boxcar Kit, painted with Scalecoat II Boxcar Red and Black paints, then lettered with Speedwitch Media Decals. The Lehigh Valley got the first order of PS1's made by Pullman Standard and these were used in general service. These were sold to Evans Products in the late 60's and leased back and were painted in PC Green. A lot of the bankrupt railroads in the 60's and 70's did this.
Next is an Athearn ACF 4600CF Covered Hopper kit, painted with Scalecoat II UP Covered Hopper Gray Paint and lettered with Oddballs decals. The ACF 4600 CF Car was used by a lot of railroads as it was a Plate B car and could make it into sidings that the ACF 4650 car could not.
This is the first Tangent G43 Gon that I am assembling, this one will be in PRR and the others will be in PC, most will be fitted with coil cradles for transporting coiled steel.
Thanks for looking!
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