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Re: PC:HO scale N6Acaboose (was PC N6a Transfer Caboose auction found)

All I can say is I think they rode on the boxcar trucks that the frames came
with. Check my PC caboose site or my conrail caboose site. I do know that some
of the N11 got rollers but the were built new

Three is a good number - that is what I started with ( have 12 now )


ebulman -AT- caregroup.harvard.edu wrote:
> Jim,
> Thanks for the tip. I was going back and forth about springing for a caboose
> which would cost me as much (or more) than a locomotive, when I finally decided
> to pick a couple up ( I figured that it would be cheaper than making one from
> the plans in the June 1974 RMC, once time is factored in). They are now on sale
> at $65 each! Not too bad, I figured, so I splurged and picked up three. Now all
> I have to do is to figure out how to paint a brass model. PC 18013 (and two
> others) will be made from these.
> Does anyone know what kind of trucks would these ride on? Who would make good
> quality ones in HO scale? Thanks!
> Ed
> Jim Hebner <hebnerj -AT- clark.cc.oh.us> on 04/27/2000 08:57:32 AM
> Please respond to penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> To:   penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> cc:    (bcc: Edward Bulman/BIDMC/CareGroup)
> Subject:  Re: PC: PC N6a Transfer Caboose auction found
> The Caboose in Wolcott Ct Still has them ( multipules )for $75
> http://www.thecaboose.com/index.html
> Jim Hebner
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