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Here's a drive-by of my just received repainted PRR boxcars.  I bought these years ago specifically to be repainted.  They were MTH Premier club cars, and they were really cheap, that was the attraction.

I saw some work that Tom @Krieglok was doing painting engines and cars, and he was agreeable to a painting contract, so I sent the first four cars.  Here's the result, they look really good!  I really like all the detailed decals, both ends of the car as well!  I'm looking forward to getting more done, they'll make a great looking PRR consist!

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Here's a drive-by of my just received repainted PRR boxcars.  I bought these years ago specifically to be repainted.  They were MTH Premier club cars, and they were really cheap, that was the attraction.

I saw some work that Tom @Krieglok was doing painting engines and cars, and he was agreeable to a painting contract, so I sent the first four cars.  Here's the result, they look really good!  I really like all the detailed decals, both ends of the car as well!  I'm looking forward to getting more done, they'll make a great looking PRR consist!

John, those box cars look awesome, and much more high end then they are. The guy did a great job. They’ll look great on your layout for years!

I'm really stoked to get more of these, they are really sharp looking cars, much better than the ugly club cars.   I still have thirteen more club cars at least, and I think there's a box I haven't found yet, so it could be a pretty decent sized train! 

Over the last year (since starting my new layout) I have 'found' 8 'sealed' boxes... Locos and rolling stock that I didn't even remember buying.  Good Lord!  Help Me!

Beautiful Cars John!!!

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Hey John, I just have to steal your thread a bit.  Gotta give you a big public thank you for resurrecting two power units I thought would never run on my layout again.

The PRR E-8 and the commuter cars.  I set them aside as door stops due to onboard problems.  If I can not fix something with a chop saw, air gun or sander it becomes a has been here.   Each of these pieces swerve very well carrying out their duties on the layout.  Thank you very much.

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