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7 Train R62 Question

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Because they are relatively modern and well maintained. They're about 25 years old. And the (7) runs R62As. Stainless steel ages well. Look at the R32's. They are made of pure stainless steel, and after 45 years, their bodies are still shiny.

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They are my favorite in the IRT b/c of their quietness and bucket seats. They should be able to stay until at least 2025.

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Those insides don't look new at all. All scratched and everything. But you really can't buff the scratches out, can you?

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