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PC: Re: Re: Car color question.
- Subject: PC: Re: Re: Car color question.
- From: "Terry Link" <trlink@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 4 Jan 1999 18:28:19 -0500
If you are looking for car #499086, then this is a one of a kind car. It's
the only car in Lot #809-F built in 1951 by Greenville. Nowhere in my
collection can I locate a photo of this car and I don't have a photo
reference to any book published. :-(
A 1974 ORER shows the car still as NYC #499086.
It may have been renumbered PC #768040 since it's the only car I have listed
in a 1979 ORER that matches in all dimensions.
Now if #768040 is the correct renumbered car - It is listed a PC #768040 in
1988, then is listed as Conrail #768040 in 1989 - but is not listed in a
1993 ORER at all.
Hope this helps a bit.
TRLINK -AT- netcom.ca
From: Gene.Fusco -AT- lsil.com <Gene.Fusco@lsil.com>
To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com <email@example.com>
Date: Monday, January 04, 1999 16:22
Subject: PC: Re: Car color question.
>Walt Gay writes:
>> Theres a picture of an ex-NYC well hole car in PC paint #768024 on page
>> of Morning Sun PC Color Guide to Freight and Pass.
>Thanks Walt, however, that isn't the car I was looking for.
>However, before this gets out of hand...
>I have *all* of the Color Guides for PC and the predecessor roads and I
>haven't found the car I'm looking for. I should have mentioned the specific
>car I am interested in, which is NYC 499086. I think there were between six
>and twelve cars in this series.
>We now return you to our regularly scheduled programming...
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