These Pennsy-assembled 50' plug door boxcars were built from a variety of
supplied components in the 1960s, with the railroad eventually housing a
roster of 2.565 cars. The X58 class and its variants were the
signature freight car for the railroad in its final years.
model utilizes the transitional bodystyle with rust-colored
Micro-Trains® #1015 couplers and rides
on BLMA's ASF 75-ton Ride Control trucks with metal wheelsets. It
features the American Cancer Society awareness logos featured on rolling
stock in the mid 20th century.
Proceeds from the sale of this model are donated to the American Cancer Society. Made in China.
|ESM#||Reporting Marks||Serviced||Release Date||List Price||Current Status|
|901000||PRR 114261||12/65||Sep 2012||$35.95||Only 3 available|
|The two historic 1950s-era "Sword of Hope" cancer-awareness advertisements used on the model are registered trademarks of the American Cancer Society, Inc.
These products are not toys and are not recommended for children under 14 years of age.
Miscellaneous Items #9010 - PRR X58B Boxcar, ACS