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The G32 were 46'-0" gondolas built with straight side sills, fixed ends, steel floors, and all-welded construction. 

 

Types of trucks used

ClassCarNumbersTruck ClassTruck NameQty cars:
G32 370600 370699 2E-F26   100
Truck data is from PRR documents circa 1940's. Other truck classes may also have been used.
From prr.railfan.net.

Cars on the PRR roster (as listed in the Official Railway Equipment Register (ORER)):

ClassCarNumberAAR ClassPRR Oct 44PRR Oct 48PRR Apr 52PRR Oct 53PRR Oct 58PRR Oct 63PRR Apr 68
G32 370600 371199 GB - - 600 600 598 597 71
G32a 317400 318899 GB - - NEW 723 1499 1497 786
G32b 317400 318899 GB - - - - - - 593
G32c 317400 318899 GB - - - - - - 105
Roster data compiled by Rich Orr. From prr.railfan.net.

The G32

Beginning in April 1949, 600 G32 were built.

No scale models are offered at present.

The G32A

Beginning in April 1953, 1,500 G32 were built.

No scale models are offered at present.

The G32B

Startting in August 1966, the G32B were rebuilds of G32 and G32A with a StanRay corrugated sides. 600 cars received this treatment.

No scale models are offered at present.

The G32C

Startting in August 1966, the G32C were rebuilds of G32 and G32A with vertical corrugations. 100 cars received this treatment.

Overland offered the G32C in brass.