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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
This is an N-Scale (1:160)model of an Boeing (TBCX) airliner parts boxcar, often called a Skybox. You can google TCBX 777003 and see a wide variety of these boxcars in use on BNSF line.
This version of the car is modeled with a well and end caps only. This is a budget builder where the major details are printed and you cut-n-fit the side walls to make the hood.
Lengths - all sides ~ 110.42mm
Thickness - .5mm evergreen styrene
Width/Angle Cuts - See images for dimensions
The model will require weight in the frame to bring it to NMRA standards. Flat weight can be added across most of the length of the model under the hood. the supports have 1 mm of relief to accommodate The car is ~5.8" in length (~77' real world) and will was built to equip MT 1035 trucks/couplers. You can mount to the bolster by drilling into the pad with the size of hole you need for a pin or screw.
Additional details can be added to really bring this model to life. ie Grab irons, Pipes from the tank, safety ladders on the ends Refer to the online photo search for placement.
Thanks for your interest and please provide feedback via email or in the comments.