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Anyone know what type of reefer this is?

Discussion in 'Metal Heads' started by OsCaR306, Jul 29, 2003.

  1. OsCaR306

    OsCaR306 12oz Member

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    Anyone know what type of reefer this is?

    Discussion started by OsCaR306 - Jul 29, 2003

    It is brown (or green?..it was dark) at the bottom then there is a strip of orange and the rest is white and it is flat.Looked older then a normal cryo. I know it is a reefer but I am not sure which type...Are they a rare catch?Pictures would be nice..GOodbye.
     
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    fr8rokr - Replied Jul 29, 2003

    yo

    its a cryo trans, they aren't rare but in your neck of the country they arent seen that often.
     
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  3. OsCaR306

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    OsCaR306 - Replied Jul 29, 2003

    now im being told that it is just a railway co. boxcar?
     
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    $$$$$$$$$$$$ - Replied Jul 30, 2003

    it's not a cryo or a reefer, cryo's by the way are not reefers, it is a regular old flat car, i have seen them before.
     
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  5. OsCaR306

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    OsCaR306 - Replied Jul 30, 2003

    there we have at...

    now we let this thread die...
     
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    rob deer - Replied Jul 30, 2003

    know the difference between an insulated car and a "normal flat car" and a reefer?
     
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    Cracked Ass - Replied Jul 31, 2003

    I can't see what you're describing, but it sounds suspiciously like an ex-Manufacturer's Railway 60' flat boxcar, probably restamped MP. It is charcoal gray on the bottom, then an orange stripe, then light gray up top. It is an insulated car, not a reefer.
     
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  8. OsCaR306

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    OsCaR306 - Replied Jul 31, 2003

    cracked sounds closest on point..but from what i can remember it is browny/diharreah green :)D) at the bottom, then a strip of orange and the rest is white. .. someone i know who has saw it in the daylight and got a good look told me it is made by manufacturers railway co.
     
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    solidcold - Replied Jul 31, 2003

    Check the cryo-trans website. I do believe they are temperature controlled. "protecting todays perishables for tomorrow"
    http://www.cryo-trans.com/
     
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