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AAR 1937 Design Boxcar

The boxcar is one of railroad’s most iconic rolling stock. The 1937 AAR (Associate of American Railroads) 40 foot boxcar is no exception. The AAR were responsible for the design and standardization of rolling stock in the mid-20th century. Designs like the 1937 boxcar were adapted by the railroads and rolling stock manufacturers. The most common characteristics of the modified 1937 AAR boxcars included: 10-panel, riveted sides with 6-foot door openings; Murphy rectangular panel roof; tabbed side sills; poling pockets; and a 3,837- to 3,900-cubic-foot nominal capacity.

The truck design on this model uses our bearing wheelsets for added performance and realism.


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