RailSmith- IC Baggage 1802

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$45.00

Shipped April 2022- ON TIME

Description

The Illinois Central was another railroad that had many different style baggage cars.

Baggage 1802 was built by Illinois Central in 1948. Cars 1802 & 1803 were the only 2 cars in this series.

The cars were 76 feet long (ours is 72 feet) making our model a ‘Classic’ version. And while the I.C. certainly had more heavyweight head end cars then lightweight streamline style, cars like our 1802 will play an important role for any Illinois Central modeler.

 

 

$45.00

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