Con-Cor
Tri-Level Auto Rack - Ready to Run -- Amtrak #9232 (Phase IVb; silver, red, blue, Wave Logo)

Con-Cor
Tri-Level Auto Rack - Ready to Run -- Amtrak #9232 (Phase IVb; silver, red, blue, Wave Logo)

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$34.98
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N
Scale
  • Amtrak
  • Walthers Part # 223-14765
    p. 76 2016 N&Z Scale Reference Book p. 507 2019 HO Scale Reference Book

Product Information

Amtrak's Auto Train moves both passengers and their vehicles from Lorton, Virginia to Sanford, Florida. The vehicles ride in 2- and 3-level autoracks which are pulled behind the passenger cars. Amtrak began this service in October 1983, 22 months after failed expansion plans and two expensive wrecks caused Auto-Train Corporation to abandon the train it ran since 1971. To this day, the Auto Train is Amtrak's most successful long-distance train. The train makes the 855 mile run with just one stop in South Carolina for fuel and a crew change.
 
Fully assembled, ready-to-run model comes equipped with Micro-Trains(R) couplers.