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    Default Pan Am Boxcar

    Does anyone have a picture of the end of a Pan Am boxcar? I am doing one and really need it. Otherwise, it will look really bad.
    Chris Henchey
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    Default RE: Pan Am Boxcar

    Do a Google search on Guilford Trainsportation Industries. There's a picture of a Pan Am boxcar on the home page, and the view of the end is halfway decent. -Phil

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    Default RE: Pan Am Boxcar

    You could always use photoshop to just fill in the colros. I think that that is what most people do. ;)
    Stephen Arata.

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    Default RE: Pan Am Boxcar

    hi
    what about this photo? I as planning to make it. Does not know the author´s name.
    Lucio

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    Default RE: Pan Am Boxcar

    Is this what you're looking for?

    rr-fallenflags.org/mec/mec32132cgd.jpg

    The photo is by Gregory Dunham.

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    Default RE: Pan Am Boxcar

    Austin send me a PM at 3dtrains or here, i gotta ask ya somethin.

    Jonathan

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    Default RE: Pan Am Boxcar

    Wow, it doesn't get much better than that photo. It might be hard to produce this repaint because both sides of the boxcar are not the same. One side has the Pan Am globe, the other has the words Pan Am. Did you find a model that the mapping will work with?

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    Default RE: Pan Am Boxcar

    Thanks for the link Austin.

    I'm using Ted Curphey's model (I know, it doesn't have the correct mapping). Until I can find one with the correct mapping, I'm sticking with the one I'm using.
    Chris Henchey
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    >Austin send me a PM at 3dtrains or here, i gotta ask ya
    >somethin.

    Alright, check your PM's here. :)

    BTW No problem Chris, glad I could help.

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