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SCL #109202 Safe-Pak, Tri-Level, Low Roof, Tri-Fold End Doors

SCL #109202 Safe-Pak, Tri-Level, Low Roof, Tri-Fold End Doors

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The Family Line models have a misprint in the logo. These models have been discounted accordingly. All other models have been checked and verified.

This highly detailed HO scale Safe-Pak car is available for the first time ever as a high fidelity injected molded RTR model. It has KaDee #5 couplers, free rolling metal wheel sets, and meticulously researched prototypically accurate era specific paint schemes. 

January 2023 Fulfilment

We will begin fulfilling all orders in January, 2023. Pre-orders will be fulfilled first. All subsequent orders will ship within 2 weeks of being placed.

10 Railways, 11 Paint Styles, Multiple Roof and Door Styles

This run contains all Safe-Pak Autoracks. Including cars for all 9 railroads, with variations for each paint, lettering, roof, and door configuration.

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Safe-Pak History

In 1973 the first fully enclosed autorack railroad cars were designed by competing manufacturers to address the problem of increasing vandalism to new automobiles in transit. The first production fully enclosed autorack railroad cars were delivered in late 1974 and early 1975. The Whitehead & Kales company design, named Safe-Pak, were delivered to the ATSF, SBD, CSXT Patch, UP/WP, UP, WP, NW, SCL, FEC, and CPAA. The Safe-Pak autorack cars were in service on US and Canadian railroads until the late 1990s.

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  • Fanatatical Research

    Months and years of archival research, field work, and prototyping to delivery never-before-seen levels of accuracy

  • Flawless Production

    Incredibly sharp paint and lettering styles that perfectly recreate each car as seen in its prime

  • Perfectly Detailed

    Details that will blow your mind. Every aspect has been minutely recreated.

  • Small Batch, Limited Runs

    Each run has fewer than 100 units pe variation. Once a variation is gone, it's gone for the foreseeable future.