Numbers Type Builder Built 4570-4576 Coach Milwaukee Road Shops 1942Cars 4570-4576 were converted from long distance coaches 457, 469, 454, 455, 459, 470, 463, and equipped for HEP to operate with the bilevel coaches. Car 4570 was rebuilt in 1963 and the others were rebuilt in 1968.
Numbers Type Builder Built 10-29 Coach General Motors 1956 2500-2549 Coach Standard Steel Car 1923 2550-2589 Coach Standard Steel Car 1927 2590-2599 Coach Standard Steel Car 1928 2600-2614 Coach Standard Steel Car 1929 2700-2719 Coach Pullman-Standard 1949Cars 10-29 were from the two Aerotrain consists, and were modified bus bodies built by the General Motors Truck and Coach Division. The Aerotrains operated until 1965. Cars 2700-2719 were lightweight and had automatic doors, but were steam heated.
Numbers Type Builder Built 7200-7205 Coach/Generator CB&Q Shops 1929 7300-7309 Coach/Generator American Car & F. 1916 7310-7312 Coach/Generator Pullman 1922 7313 Coach/Generator American Car & F. 1916Cars were rebuilt from coach/baggage cars, and had diesel generators installed in the baggage sections. The generators provided electrical power for the bilevel coaches, which were not equipped with the batteries and axle generators normally used on steam heated equipment. In 1949, cars 7200-7205 were rebuilt from cars 7147-7152. And in 1950, cars 7300-7313 were rebuilt from cars 6100-6104, 6106-6109, 6116, 6124, 6150, 6153, 6105. All cars were retired by 1974, when modernization of the bilevel fleet was completed.
Numbers Type Builder Built 1001-1008 Coach Pullman-Standard 1941 1009-1010 Coach Pullman-Standard 1949 1368 Steam Gen. American Car & Foundry 1925Cars 1001-1008 were reequipped for commuter service in 1970, renumbered from long distance coaches 1720-1724, 1730, 1732, 1734. Cars 1009 and 1010 were similar reequipped by 1976 from coaches 537 and 538. Reequipping included installation of commuter type seating and removal of doors. Car 1368 was converted from a heavyweight baggage car, ex Wabash 345, and provided heat when the train was assigned GP40's not equipped with steam generators. At the time only one train a day operated each way, and during weekends the train deadheaded from its Orland Park terminal to Decatur IL for servicing.
Numbers Type Builder Built 3052 Coach American Car & Foundry 1947 3055 Coach American Car & Foundry 1947 3060 Coach American Car & Foundry 1947 3099 Coach Pullman 1924Car 3055 was wrecked in 1975. Car 3099 was originally Chicago & Alton 328.
Numbers Type Builder Built 1625-1744 Coach various 1926-1928Only some of these "P70" coaches were actually used on the Chicago-Valparaiso commuter trains, most were used in the northeastern United States.