NEW Road Numbers of 6 popular paint schemes of the HO Greenville 7100 Auto Parts Boxcar

We are pleased to announce a long awaited release of 6 paint schemes of our popular Greenville 7100 Auto Parts Boxcar! 

For background info and features on this popular boxcar visit: HERE

HO Scale    

Available in these 6 Paint Schemes:

Western Pacific (WP) ‘1973 As Delivered’ - Available in 7 Road numbers! 

The Western Pacific contributed 6 Greenville 7100 Auto Parts Boxcars to the 322/Lima, Ohio pool, and ExactRail is proud to offer this model with accurate artwork and colors, including our attention to accurately rendering the unique style of car numbers that WP used on this paint scheme.


 

 

 

 

Norfolk & Western (NW) ‘1973 As Delivered’ - Available in 6 Road Numbers!

The Norfolk & Western contributed 11 Greenville 7100 Auto Parts Boxcars to the 322/Lima, Ohio pool. These cars were painted in NW’s striking post-1971 paint scheme. ExactRail is proud to offer this model with accurate artwork and colors even down to the smallest lettering fonts.

 

Detroit, Toledo & Ironton (DTI) ‘1973 As Delivered’ - Available in 6 Road Numbers!

The Detroit, Toledo & Ironton contributed 36 Greenville 7100 Auto Parts Boxcars to the 322/Lima, Ohio pool, and this paint scheme is a favorite for Greenville boxcars!

 

 

 

Penn Central (PC) ‘1973 As Delivered’ - Available in 6 Road Numbers!

The Penn Central contributed 21 Greenville 7100 Auto Parts Boxcars to the 322/Lima, Ohio pool, and ExactRail is proud to offer this model with accurate artwork and colors.

Conrail (CR) PC Repaint - Available in 6 Road Numbers!

The Penn Central Greenville 7100 Auto Parts Boxcars are long lived, and they served Conrail through the life of the railroad. Conrail repainted these cars in a paint scheme that featured the Conrail’s attractive can-opener logo.

 

CSX (NYC) Conrail restencil - Available in 3 Road Numbers!

When CSX acquired Conrail assets, some Greenville 7100 Auto Parts Boxcars were restenciled with NYC reporting marks. These reporting marks designated CSX ownership, and these cars continue to serve the railroad today.

 


1 Response

Richard Hall
Richard Hall

May 25, 2017

Let me know when you release these in N scale!!!!!

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