Early Santa Fe Automobile Boxcar Kits from Westerfield Models

Santa Fe Q-Class Automobile Boxcar

Early Santa Fe Automobile Boxcar Kits from Westerfield Models

HO ScaleWesterfield Models now offers an early prototype automobile boxcar, which served Santa Fe. The series of craftsman-level HO-scale kits includes three versions of this 50-foot auto-carrying wood-side boxcar. Pullman built 500 examples in 1924 of this type of boxcar that made up Santa Fe class Fe-Q; another 500 examples with improvements came in 1926 and served as the road’s Fe-R class.

Santa Fe Automobile Boxcar

Santa Fe V-Class Automobile Boxcar

A group of 10 cars saw rebuilding in 1934 and became Santa Fe’s Fe-V class. Westerfield Models offers kits for all three of these Santa Fe automobile boxcar prototypes. The unpainted kit provides a single-piece cast-urethane body shell, with supplied separate details, Hi-Tech-made rubber air hoses, and Yarmouth Models bronze corner steps and eyebolts, as well as decals, instructions, and a history of the cars with photos. The base kit lists for $47; visit Westerfield Models for more information.

Westefield Models
P.O. Box 455
Gardnerville, NV 89410

February 2020This announcement appeared in the February 2020 issue of Model Railroad News. Subscribe Today!

This article was posted on: February 19, 2020