41' Mechanical Reefer
Wood Reefer
Plug Door Box Car
Outside Braced Wood Gondola
Cattle Car
Steel Box Car
Quad Offset Hopper
Chemical Tank Car
Steel Gondola
Wood Side Box Car
Three Dome Tank Car
Depressed Center Flat Car
47' Covered Hopper 70 Ton
51' Mechanical Reefer
Hi-Cube Box Car -Smooth Side
Hi-Cube Box Car -Outside Braced
Center Flow Hopper
Flat Car with Load
United Aircraft Turbo Coach
Standard Combine
Standard Coach
Auto Transporter
Full Dome Passenger Car
Bicentennial Box Car
Wide Vision Caboose
Budd Amfleet Coach
Tri-Level Car Transporter
Plus Heavyweight Cars

41' Mechanical Reefer
American Refrigerator Transit
No. 6123 -1968 Release
No. 5004 -1969 Release

Bachmann N-scale 41-foot Reefer

41' Mechanical Reefer
Canadian National
No. 5009 -1969 Release

41' Mechanical Reefer
CP Rail
No. 5015 -1971 Release

41' Mechanical Reefer
No. 5010 -1969 Release

Bachmann 41-foot Mechanical

41' Mechanical Reefer
Fruit Growers Express
No. 6124 -1968 Release
No. 5005 -1969 Release

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41' Mechanical Reefer
Iowa Beef Packers
No. 5008

41' Mechanical Reefer
Lehigh Valley

41' Mechanical Reefer
No. 6120 -1968 Release
No. 5001 -1969 Release

41' Mechanical Reefer
North American 
No. 6121 -1968 Release
No. 5002 -1969 Release

41' Mechanical Reefer
Transport Leasing Co.
No. 6122 -1968 Release
No. 5003 -1969 Release

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41' Mechanical Reefer
Union Pacific
No. 5007 -1969 Release

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41' Mechanical Reefer
Western Pacific
No. 6125 -1968 Release
No. 5006 -1969 Release

Bachmann's original stock number series for this car was 6120-6125. The 1968 catalog includes six roadnames (Nestle, North American, Transport Leasing, American Refrigerator Transit, Fruit Growers Express, and Western Pacific). The retail in '68 is listed as $1.50 for the 41' Mechanical Reefer. The catalog includes an illustration of an AHM HO-scale 41' Plug Door lettered for Transport Leasing.

Bachmann's N-scale Rolling Stock debuted in 1968 in two piece plastic cases. The case's original design included a white base with clear top. Later, Bachmann released cars with a black base and clear lid. Both included raised lettering that was painted gold. The Bachmann 1981 catalog shows the carded box packaging shown at left.

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