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    Post JTC is pleased to announce a new Container Project!

    July 13, 2019


    JTC has many new projects being worked on 'in the background', and one of them we are now ready to make public. JTC is pleased to announce a new Project, The 40' Standard Height series. This series will consist of SIX new container body styles with Prototypically correct doors and fronts, that are appropriate for time frames from the late 1960's up to Today, as shown below;





    More details will be forthcoming in the near future, and we expect deliveries to start in the forth quarter of this year (2019).
    These will be exciting releases in New schemes, styles, and variances.
    1970's, 80's and 90's modelers - We Heard You !

    https://jtcmodeltrains.com/blogs/news
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    Saw the flyer today at NTS, Steven also mentioned that these will have two different styles of roofs

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    40' Standard series sideshot.jpg
    First test shots of all Six body styles.

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    I sold a lot of my old Deluxe containers recently...to make room for more JTCs!

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    As a lot of the late 60s/70s containers were TOFC on chassis, any thoughts on 40’ chassis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by samusi01 View Post
    As a lot of the late 60s/70s containers were TOFC on chassis, any thoughts on 40’ chassis?

    JTC has already announced container chassis in the near future. Whether they will make era-specific chassis for the 60s-70s, I don't know.

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