Lettering for Modified 1937 AAR 10'-6" IH boxcars - white scheme
Beginning in September, 1938, the 10’-0” IH and 10’-6” IH cars were delivered with white lettering and an aluminum stencil paste 60” monogram. After April 1942, the aluminum stencil paste was discontinued as s result of the war eort. In July 1947 beginning with Series 23000, and subsquent deliveries, plus all repaints, the all white lettering and monogram replaced the aluminum scheme. Note: the distinctive dierence between the white and aluminum medallions are the outside letter spacing in the circle.
In April, 1942, the Southern received 950 Modied 1937 AAR 10’-6” IH design boxcars delivered with the white monogram
Series 20000-20949 950 cars Mt.Vernon Car Company, delivered May 1942 - Youngstown doors
the below cars, originally delivered with the aluminum medallion, during the repaint schedule, received the white medallion:
Series 21500-22799, 1,300 cars, Pullman-Standard, Lot 5692, delivered April 1942 - Youngstown doors
Series 21800-22999, 200 cars, Pullman-Standard, Lot 5692, delivered April 1942 - 7-Panel Superior doors
Background color shown above is not included in decal sheet