RailSmith- GN Big Sky Blue coach #1211

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Coach 1211

This is one of six cars that was built by ACF for Empire Builder service in 1951.    The Big Sky Blue scheme was first applied in 1967.

This is our first BSB release as we begin to build the 1967 Empire Builder, in Big Sky Blue. The color will closely match the BSB we used on our Executive Line Series GN-BSB produced a few years ago at MT. So yes, you will love these!!

Select ‘Big Sky Blue Coach Pair’ for discount allowance when buying both Coach cars in this release.

$48.00

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