1974 run S. Soho & Co. imported model built by Kumata in Japan. Box shows minimal shelf wear. No window glazing. Full length dome built by Budd for the El Capitan, then used on the San Francisco Chief and other name trains. Later used on Santa Fe Business Specials. Champ Decals and rubber diaphragms included.
Brand: Brass Soho
Part Number: N/A
Condition: C-7 Excellent
Decorated: Factory plating - minimal wear
(Underbody/Interior Detail: No underbody detail/no interior detail
Couplers/Trucks: Metal wheels/original trucks
Packaging: Original Box and Foam
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