Rolling stock wish list

jbaakko

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Time to post up YOUR wish list of un-produced prototypes! Any rolling stock you're like to purchase that's not yet produced in your scale.

For me, it'll be HO scale.

1. 3280/3281 Cu. Ft 2 Bay Covered Hopper:
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2. 3230 Cu. Ft 3 Bay pressure unloading covered hopper:
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3. ARI 3256 Cu. Ft 2 Bay covered hopper:
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4. 3250 Cu. Ft 2 bay covered hopper:
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5. 5851 Cu. Ft 4 bay plastic pellet covered hopper:
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6. 5800 Cu. Ft 4 bay plastic pellet covered hopper:
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7. 3260 Cu. Ft ribbed side 2 bay covered hopper:
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8. 2900 Cu. Ft 2 bay covered hopper:
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9. 80' Reefer:
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10. 53' well, A-P Husky Stack:
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11. 40' Well A-P 3 unit articulated set (good only for NOKL):
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12. 44' single hood (found hoodless most of the time) coil car:
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13. 52' single hood coil car:
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14. 50' drop sill single hood coil car:
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15. 48' single hood coil car:
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railohio

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N scale NICTD (South Shore) cars from Sumitomo. If only they'd be operable off catenary, too!
 

eightyeightfan1

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Quite a list Josh.
Walthers did produce a 4 bay plastic pellet car a few years ago. Dosen't look like the one you posted though.
Here's a pic of one I custom decaled for the company I was working for. I did three of these. One I kept for myself.

My wish list.....Can I borrow yours?
 

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doctorwayne

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Canada, eh?
Those are some interesting cars, Josh.
As for me, of the cars I'd like to have, there's none that I'd particularly care to see produced - I'd rather build 'em myself. ;):-D

Wayne