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 Posted - January 06 2018 :  04:07:50 AM Link directly to this topic  Show Profile  Add PRR 4800 to Buddylist
Well, I just rescued an NYC 85' quad-door auto parts boxcar from a flea market, only to find the bottom assembled upside-down, with the weight on the outside, and the floor warped and mangled beyond all recovery. The frame and weight are fine, but I need a new floor. This is one piece I have no idea how to get. Anyone who has one, knows where to find one, or has one of these cars that's damaged that I can part out, please help!
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 Posted - February 24 2018 :  5:18:42 PM Link directly to this reply  Show Profile  Add bitlerisvj to Buddylist
You might want to consider making one from scratch. The following link shows a plan for it.
There are also instructions on how to do this in wood at that site.
Just go to this site and clickon Quality Craft.
Regards, Vic B.

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