Walthers passenger cars
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Walthers N scale passenger car

Walthers N scale passenger car

Authentic paint and lettering Walthers Passenger Cars

Authentic paint and lettering Walthers Passenger Cars

Beginning with HO Scale plastic kits in 1984, Walthers line of rolling stock has grown to include ready-to-run N Scale passenger cars. Many unique styles of N Scale Walthers passenger cars from popular eras are available, and are complete with couplers, free-rolling trucks and authentic paint and lettering.

Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Southern  	N

Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Southern N

Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Southern  	N
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Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Southern N
Colorful Cars for Overnight Routes
* All-New Tooling * Prototype Specific Detail - Skirted or Non-Skirted; - Corrugated or Smoothside
* Car Name & Number Decals * Plastic Storage Box * Metal Wheelsets * AccuMate(R) Knuckle Couplers
* Superb Paint & Lettering

When lightweight cars came to the Pullman fleet in the early 1940s, their smooth sides lent themselves to classy,
colorful paint schemes. Corrugated stainless-steel sides, later added to match the look (and acknowledge the competition)
of Budd's stainless-steel designs, created a variety of cars that ran on premier passenger trains.

Based on Plan #4140, Walthers all-new Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleepers feature prototype specific body styles
with corrugated or smooth sides with or without skirting as appropriate for each roadname. These all-new cars ride
on GSC 41-N trucks with blackened metal wheelsets. Other features include flush-fitting windows, full interiors,
working diaphragms, knuckle couplers and car number and name decals.

For more realism, a drop-in Lighting Kit is available separately (#933-1099).

Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleepers
Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Pennsylvania Railroad  	N

Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Pennsylvania Railroad N

Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Pennsylvania Railroad  	N
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Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Pennsylvania Railroad N
Colorful Cars for Overnight Routes
* All-New Tooling * Prototype Specific Detail - Skirted or Non-Skirted; - Corrugated or Smoothside
* Car Name & Number Decals * Plastic Storage Box * Metal Wheelsets * AccuMate(R) Knuckle Couplers
* Superb Paint & Lettering

When lightweight cars came to the Pullman fleet in the early 1940s, their smooth sides lent themselves to classy,
colorful paint schemes. Corrugated stainless-steel sides, later added to match the look (and acknowledge the competition)
of Budd's stainless-steel designs, created a variety of cars that ran on premier passenger trains.

Based on Plan #4140, Walthers all-new Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleepers feature prototype specific body styles
with corrugated or smooth sides with or without skirting as appropriate for each roadname. These all-new cars ride
on GSC 41-N trucks with blackened metal wheelsets. Other features include flush-fitting windows, full interiors,
working diaphragms, knuckle couplers and car number and name decals.

For more realism, a drop-in Lighting Kit is available separately (#933-1099).

Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleepers
Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Louisville & Nashville  	N

Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Louisville & Nashville N

Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Louisville & Nashville  	N
Click to enlarge image(s)
Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Louisville & Nashville N
Colorful Cars for Overnight Routes
* All-New Tooling * Prototype Specific Detail - Skirted or Non-Skirted; - Corrugated or Smoothside
* Car Name & Number Decals * Plastic Storage Box * Metal Wheelsets * AccuMate(R) Knuckle Couplers
* Superb Paint & Lettering

When lightweight cars came to the Pullman fleet in the early 1940s, their smooth sides lent themselves to classy,
colorful paint schemes. Corrugated stainless-steel sides, later added to match the look (and acknowledge the competition)
of Budd's stainless-steel designs, created a variety of cars that ran on premier passenger trains.

Based on Plan #4140, Walthers all-new Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleepers feature prototype specific body styles with corrugated
or smooth sides with or without skirting as appropriate for each roadname. These all-new cars ride on GSC 41-N trucks with
blackened metal wheelsets. Other features include flush-fitting windows, full interiors, working diaphragms, knuckle couplers and
car number and name decals.

For more realism, a drop-in Lighting Kit is available separately (#933-1099).

Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleepers
Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Atlantic Coast Line  	N

Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Atlantic Coast Line N

Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Atlantic Coast Line  	N
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Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Atlantic Coast Line N
Colorful Cars for Overnight Routes
* All-New Tooling * Prototype Specific Detail - Skirted or Non-Skirted; - Corrugated or Smoothside
* Car Name & Number Decals * Plastic Storage Box * Metal Wheelsets * AccuMate(R) Knuckle Couplers
* Superb Paint & Lettering

When lightweight cars came to the Pullman fleet in the early 1940s, their smooth sides lent themselves to classy,
colorful paint schemes. Corrugated stainless-steel sides, later added to match the look (and acknowledge the competition)
of Budd's stainless-steel designs, created a variety of cars that ran on premier passenger trains.

Based on Plan #4140, Walthers all-new Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleepers feature prototype specific body styles with corrugated
or smooth sides with or without skirting as appropriate for each roadname. These all-new cars ride on GSC 41-N trucks with
blackened metal wheelsets. Other features include flush-fitting windows, full interiors, working diaphragms, knuckle couplers
and car number and name decals.

For more realism, a drop-in Lighting Kit is available separately (#933-1099).

Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleepers
Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Canadian National  	N

Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Canadian National N

Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Canadian National  	N
Click to enlarge image(s)
Streamlined Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleeper Ready to Run -- Canadian National N
Colorful Cars for Overnight Routes
* All-New Tooling * Prototype Specific Detail - Skirted or Non-Skirted; - Corrugated or Smoothside
* Car Name & Number Decals * Plastic Storage Box * Metal Wheelsets * AccuMate(R) Knuckle Couplers
* Superb Paint & Lettering

When lightweight cars came to the Pullman fleet in the early 1940s, their smooth sides lent themselves to classy,
colorful paint schemes. Corrugated stainless-steel sides, later added to match the look (and acknowledge the competition)
of Budd's stainless-steel designs, created a variety of cars that ran on premier passenger trains.

Based on Plan #4140, Walthers all-new Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleepers feature prototype specific body styles
with corrugated or smooth sides with or without skirting as appropriate for each roadname. These all-new cars ride
on GSC 41-N trucks with blackened metal wheelsets. Other features include flush-fitting windows, full interiors,
working diaphragms, knuckle couplers and car number and name decals.

For more realism, a drop-in Lighting Kit is available separately (#933-1099).

Pullman-Standard 10-6 Sleepers
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