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RailSmith- ‘Juniata Rapids’ Pennsy Sleeper

In stock

$44.00

MSRP $54

This production run is planned for August 2019

Description

Pennsylvania Railroad Sleeper ‘Juniata Rapids’.

Delivered by Pullman in 1948, this sleeper was one of 24 ten-six Pullman sleepers owned by the Pennsy. This class configuration of sleeper were all  given the “Rapids” name.

The color of lettering on this Tuscan car will match the MTL and Kato cars.   (Unless my Pennsy friends say that is incorrect.)

Select  ‘Pennsy Fleet’  item for group pricing.

This is a Prototype model.

$44.00

In stock

SKU: 3003194-1 Categories: ,

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