I have a preference for the older heavyweight cars.  A challenge - Anyone have a car that is older ?  This is a Lionel 36 standard gauge observation with great end platform and window detailing.

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From inspection of the parts, reading Greenberg's books and verifying with him, I've determined that it was made in 1918, not long after the prototype cars were built by Pullman.

 

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All PostWar.  All EXC or better.  While I love Lionel's P/W F units and switchers, these are the best...!

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My son David modified these MTH ACL passenger cars into SCL passenger for me.  He even cut off the center skirting because the SCL passenger cars did not have them.

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Still rooting around boxes of mixed stuff,  found these  MTH "EL CAPITAN"squirred away for years,

( from 1997) well packed up, excellent condition, a great added back into my  collection,  "Santa Fe all the way"

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