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N Scale - Trainworx - 40261-02 - Trailer, 40 Foot, Box - Navajo - 1065

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Stock Number40261-02
Original Retail Price$15.95
Body StyleTrainworx Vehicle Trailer 40 Foot Corrugated
Prototype VehicleTrailer, 40 Foot, Box (Details)
Road or Company NameNavajo (Details)
Road or Reporting Number1065
Paint Color(s)Aluminum
Release Date2013-01-01
Item CategoryVehicles
Model TypeTrailer
Model SubtypeBox Van
Model Variety40 Foot Corrugated
Prototype RegionNorth America
Prototype EraNA Era IV: 2nd Gen Diesel (1958 - 1978)

Prototype History:
40-foot trailers are still widely used as inter-rail containers. 40 foot is a good length to fit on a 50 foot TOFC flatcar as they provide some room on both ends for safety and sloppy loading. They generally come with a 96" width and are rated for 55,000 pounds. They were never as popular as 48 foot trailers because of the more limited load size. Even 48 foot trailers gave way to 53' models when the laws governing highway transportation changed.

Box vans are known as such for their rectilinear proportions. Their simple design makes them easy to manufacture and maintain.
Brand/Importer Information:
Trainworx was founded in 1999 by Pat Sanders and is located in Delta Colorado. Their first freight car was the Quad hopper and it was released in 2000. They have been making N scale products ever since. Their website can be found at As of 2016, they have produced 8 different rolling stock body styles as well as a range of different highway vehicles in N Scale. Their limited edition runs have proven a huge success with collectors and modelers enjoy the accuracy of all their products.

Trainworx sells their products both through tradional retail channels as well as directly by phone order. When asked "What prompted you to found Trainworx?", Pat Sanders responded "There was a freight car that hadn't been done in N scale that I just had to have and it didn't look like anyone was ever going to make it."
Item created by: nscalemodeler160 on 2016-04-10 00:27:06. Last edited by Alain LM on 2021-05-21 01:26:43

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