LAMTA 3072 was part of the second group of PCC cars delivered to LARy in 1938, and served until retirement by successor company LAMTA in 1963. After being sold to a private individual, who moved it to the Owens Valley, it was donated to OERM in July 2011. Now awaiting restoration, 3072 wears its last paint scheme from the LAMTA.
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