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70 was built by American Car Co in 1897. It became Pacific Electric Ry 770 in 1910 and became Los Angeles Ry 13, Type A, on September 30, 1912. It was renumbered 21 March 16, 1916, and rebuilt on October 27, 1923, as 1163, Type F. It was 1-manned in 1948 and retired on September 10, 1950. It was scrapped in 1953.
94 was built by American Car Co in 1894. It became PERy782 in 1910 and rebuilt as LARy 35, Type A, on April 4, 1912. It was renumbered 1 on May 27, 1912, and scrapped in 1945.
110 was built by American Car Co in 1898. It became PERy 793 in 1910 and rebuilt on May 8, 1912, as LARy 39, Type A. It was renumbered 402 on April 24, 1914, and renumbered again on January 30, 1915, as 19. It was again renumbered on May 29, 1916, as 3 and scrapped in 1939.
152 was built by American Car Co in 1899. It became PERy 811 in 1910 and became LARy 18, Type A, on July 11, 1911, It was rebuilt on October 25, 1923, as 1160, Type F. It was 1-manned in 1948 and sold to Southern California Division, Electric Railroaders Association in 1953. It went to Travel Town and then to Orange Empire Railway Museum in 1959.
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