K762-8030   Fresh Cream Wood-Sided Reefer  
    $44.95 ea.    

In the early days of railroading, wood-sided reefers were developed to transport perishable goods over long distances. This gave people the opportunity to enjoy fresh produce, dairy products and other items that need refrigeration. Railroads and other private companies also discovered that these cars were a great place for advertising. Reefers became traveling billboards. In simpler times, people could sit by the rails and watch the trains and their ads go by.

Catalog: 2003 1st Edition
Release Date: SOLD OUT

Reefer Features
  •   11 1/2 inches long
  •   O Scale (1:48)
  •   Die Cast Metal Trucks
  •   All Metal Operating Couplers
  •   Separate Metal Ladders
  •   Separate Metal Grab Rails
  •   Opening Roof Hatches
  •   Separate Metal Brakewheel
  •   Metal Chassis with Underside Detailing
  •   Metal Door Runners
  •   Opening Doors

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On April 10, 2009 05:02 PM, Anonymus wrote:

This car's art is not 100% prototypical, for the red "Fresh Cream" graphic on the can, the K-Line artist who designed this car used the graphic from the 1960's rock band Cream's first album, titled "Fresh Cream." The band Cream featured Eric Clapton.