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Thread: BNSF sd70ace's are going to be the 9300's!

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    OK, now that our BNSF ACe's are out, who's noticed the difference in the paint sceme!?

    http://www.locophotos.com/pix/26/21328060409000008.jpg

    Compair... ES44AC-SD70ACe

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    They've cut down on the third buttom stripe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jb17kx
    They've cut down on the third buttom stripe!
    That's pretty much the way the SD70MAC's were painted, no third bottom stripe.

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    must be a emd thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macster
    must be a emd thing.
    Yup, all the H2 (H3...) EMDs only have 2 bottom stripes. Same with the BN SD60M, SD70MAC, and ATSF SD75 to H2 repaints. Not sure why....
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    Never noticed that until I was drooling over the ACe shots! And I've been up close and personal with an SD75M

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    Does anyone know how many have been delievered?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmtrakFan
    Does anyone know how many have been delievered?
    BNSF 9370 - 9389 have been delivered. There might still be a couple that havn't been delivered in there but 9389 is the highest number I've seen so far.

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    Here's one I caught on the Cajon Subdivision last month. I believe it was the first one out here. I like them alot!

    Attachment 62675 Attachment 62674 Attachment 62676
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    9330-9369 are comin' out right now. They are being painted at places other than EMD (Horicon, Ceeco, and Kansas City) so look for primer ACe's with 9300 numbers and orange vents.
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