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AHM Baby Ruth 41-ft Reefer

41ft. Reefer
Baby Ruth
No. 5274-H

41ft. Reefer
Bromo Seltzer
Not found among AHM's regular listings for roadnames on this 41ft. Reefer offering, this Bromo Seltzer car is likely a promotional train set item.  No date has been confirmed for its issue, but I would suspect it to have been offered in the early/mid 1970s.

41ft. Reefer
No. 5318
No. 5274-E

40ft. Plug Door Box Car

41ft. Reefer
Denver & Rio Grande
No. 5320
No. 5274-I

41ft. Reefer
Dubuque Packing Co. 
No. 5315

41ft. Reefer
Halloway Milk Duds
Not found among AHM's regular listings for roadnames on this 41ft. Reefer offering, this Milk Duds car is likely a promotional train set item.  No date has been confirmed for its issue, but I would suspect it to have been offered in the early/mid 1970s.

AHM 41ft. Reefer Hormel

41ft. Reefer
No. 5314

41ft. Reefer
Kansas Oklahoma & Gulf

41ft. Reefer
M-K-T The Katy 
No. 5274-C

41ft. Reefer
New York Central
No. 5317
AHM rostered two differently decorated New York Central 41ft. Reefers.  Both are built by Roco in Austria.  Noticed the white example features separate ladders; while the yellow car has cast-on ladders.  The white NYC car also was present in the short-lived American, Train & Track product line.

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41ft. Reefer
Pacific Fruit Express
No. 5321
No. 5274-G

41ft. Reefer
No. 5274-P
One might assume this Polaroid example is simply missing its usually separately applied ladders, however this is not the case.  Examples examined for this AHM Polaroid car all omit the ladders.  The multi-color Polaroid arrow symbol on the car's right side is not tampo printed, but is actually a cardstock paper and is held to the car side with adhesive.  This stuck on decorative addition appears to be the reason for the neglected ladders.

41ft. Reefer
Rath Packing
No. 5311

41ft. Reefer
Santa Fe
No. 5274-B

41ft. Reefer
Southern Pacific
No. 5274-F

41ft. Reefer
No. 5319

41ft. Reefer
Therm Ice Corp.
No. 5312

41ft. Reefer
Transportation Leasing Co.

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41ft. Reefer
No. 5274-D
AHM lists this 41ft. Reefer as Wabash, which it is and isn't actually.  The car is lettered for American Refrigerator Transit, which was jointly owned by the Wabash.  The car features the Missouri Pacific buzzsaw herald in addition to the Wabash flag.

41ft. Reefer
Wilson & Company 
No. 5316


Produced by ROCO in Austria, AHM lists this car's prototype as being the "41ft. Pullman Standard Compartmentizer Car" in the 1967-68 catalog.  Examples of this car's retail include a $1.98 in 1967 and $2.49 retail in a 1977 price listing.  This model disappears from AHM's ranks by the time the 1979 catalog was printed.
Examples appear to have two general tooling variations.  One version includes cast-on ladders, while the other has separate ladders.  I've seen examples of both toolings for this car on the same roadname, for example a Rio Grande car with the same stock number may have cast-on or it may have separate ladders.

Roco also built an O-scale example of this car, which found in the Atlas line in the 1970s.  The HO-scale example, in addition to being an AHM item, has also been sold by Model Power in the past and more recently it may be found in Con-Cor's line.