Introduced in 1964, these insulated box cars were leased to a number of railroads and private industries. In service, they carried loads which required a constant temperature, but didn't need to be refrigerated in transit. This included foodstuffs like cereal, beer, canned goods and chocolate, as well as a variety of lubricants and chemicals. Using the same basic body, three variations were built, which differed in inside length, types and thickness of insulation and load restraints. Just over 1300 roamed the rails and a few remain in use today.
These ready-to-run cars feature a detailed body, colorful paint and working knuckle couplers. Perfect for modeling bridge traffic or serving on-line users and producers, they'll brighten any freight from the 60s to the 90s.