2365 Chesapeake & Ohio
Production: 1962 & 1963
The 2365 Chesapeake & Ohio GP7 diesel was produced for only two years in the early 1960s. It's few features and rather plain looking colors have made this an unexciting diesel to the operators. Collectors are more interested in nice quality examples of this engine -- however, when found, most are in less than collector quality.
The 2338 Chesapeake & Ohio contains the following standard features: yellow frame with a blue painted shell containing yellow letters and numbers, three position E-unit, two-axle magnetraction, non-operating front and rear couplers, headlight at each end plus a similated horn on each side of the shell.
This diesel does not contain a functional horn or simulated fuel tanks below the frame.
Additional Detail, Photos & Box Information
Only Known Variations - Shown in the photo above - All 2365s have a yellow frame with a blue shell and yellow lettering.
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