Subway Train Car R36 3D model
The R36 was a New York City Subway car model built by the St. Louis Car Company in 1964. The cars are a follow-up or supplemental stock to the A Division's R33s and closely resembled them. The cars were also referred to as R36MLs (R36 Main Line) to distinguish them from the R36WFs.
The R36s were numbered 9524-9557. The R36s, very much like the R33s, were similar in that they sported drop-sash side windows, differentiating them from the large picture windows of the World's Fair cars. The cars are similar to the R33s because they were built from unfinished car body shells of the latter. Though the cars were originally delivered without air conditioning, all cars in this series received air conditioning as part of a retrofitting program in 1982.
This model was tested in Daz Studio 4.11 and is guaranteed operational. There are currently, 2 morphs included in this package that operate the doors and raise one half of the car for interior closeups including only half of the interior. I can customize it to morph any part including the windows.
There are optional textures available for this model that can be found here.
The bogies (trucks or wheels) and undercarriage will be available shortly as a separate purchase. The detail in the bogie system is exquisite as well.
I hope you enjoy the model!
There is also an R32 model that will be available shortly as well. The undercarriage and trucks for the R36 will