There's one "unrefurbed" ConnDOT (ex-PATrain) coach on there, and its possible those two NS business cars further down the page are ex-ConnDOT as well, since I believe a few of those PATrain cars went to NS for a time.
Connecticut DOT Commuter Coach #1602
Former Connecticut Department of Transportation commuter car. Some of the mechanical details include: High capacity seating, HEP, H couplers, rotating end cap bearings, electric heat, A/C, commuter style seats, emergency windows, comp shoes good wheels, electric decelostatts, ISSH trucks, truck mounted cylinders, fair body & roof, 26-C brakes.
The exterior rust looks mostly surface-oriented except that seam at the far left, which will be a hefty project. But then you'll need a paint job as this one is shot, and there are six missing windows. Who knows what kind of crap is inside - bees, birds, bums... The remaining windows appear to be opaque. While this car appears "solid" in terms of structure (and we can't see the vestibule floors), it needs A LOT OF WORK. Short of a very dedicated volunteer crew, that means big dollars.
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