Kits

The West India Fruit and Steamship Co, had 150 cars built for them in Sept 1953. They featured a 12 panel welded side, ACF Carbuilder end and ACF Carbuilder roof. As built they were painted a boxcar red, but were repainted later in the decade to green. The kit includes decals for both colors.

The kit features the unique oil canning effect from welded car sides, custom etchings, custom decals, photo etched running boards, Kato ASF A-3 trucks. The patterns for this car were developed in Solidworks and 3D printed.

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YMW-113 – ACF Built Postwar 40 50 Ton WIF Boxcar

The kit features custom etchings, custom decals, photo etched running boards, Kato ASF A-3 trucks. The patterns for this car were developed in Solidworks and 3D printed.

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YMW-112-1 – BAR AC&F Built 50 Ton Boxcar, State of Maine Paint Job

This car is one of a 500 car order built in March 1954. The car featured a 10 panel riveted side, ACF Carbuilder end and ACF Carbuilder roof.

The kit features custom etchings, custom decals, photo etched running boards, Kato ASF A-3 trucks. The patterns for this car were developed in Solidworks and 3D printed.

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YMW-112 – ACF Built Postwar 40 50 Ton BAR Boxcar

This is the first in what will be a series of boxcar kits that feature the ACF proprietary ends and/or roof.

The ACL car was part of a 500 car order made in 1951. The car featured a 12 panel welded side, ACF Carbuilder end and ACF Carbuilder roof.

The kit features the unique oil canning effect from welded car sides, custom etchings, custom decals, photo etched running boards, Kato ASF A-3 trucks. The patterns for this car were developed in Solidworks and 3D printed.

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YMW-111 – ACF Built ACL 40 50 Ton Postwar Boxcar

Rebuilt in the Waycross, Georgia shops in 1940-41.

The kit features a body pattern that was fully 3D printed and includes custom etched parts, custom decals, laser cut running board, and Tahoe Model Works trucks.

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YMW-110 – ACL O-16-B Rebuilt Auto Car

Yarmouth Model Works newest freight car kit is a Canadian Pacific 40 single sheathed automobile boxcar.

The kit is the first in our product line to have the pattern fully developed in CAD and 3D printed. The kit features a one piece cast resin body casting, a laser cut running board, photoetched ladders and other details, Tahoe Model Works arch bar trucks and custom decals from Black Cat Publishing. The kit is designed in such a manner to allow the modeler to build this car with one of three different door sizes.

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YMW-109 – CPR 40 SS Automobile Boxcar

The kit inspired by a decal set. Speedwitch Media has offered a beautiful decal set for this car for years. We felt that the decal set warranted a model just as good. So we offer this model.

The kit features a properly located lower door track on a one piece body. The custom decal set from Speedwitch Media, a laser cut running board, new etched details and custom 15 rung spacing ladders. The kit also includes a set of Tahoe Model Works trucks.

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YMW-107 – Northern Pacific 1937 AAR 40 Boxcar

Select Version:1 – Bx-48, 50, 51. Square panel roof, Apex Tri-lock R/B2 – Bx-53, 60, 62. Diag panel roof, Apex Tri-lock R/B3 – Bx-63. Diag panel roof, USG R/B

This kit presents this car in a level of detail never before offered in HO scale. A cast resin one piece body with a separate roof to facilitate painting. All new etched metal running boards. Custom etched detail parts and special etched ladders with etched rungs. Custom printed decals from Speedwitch Media. The kit also includes a set of Kato ASF A-3 trucks.

105.1 Bx-48, 50, 51. Square panel roof, Apex Tri-lock R/B

105.2 Bx-53, 60, 62. Diag panel roof, Apex Tri-lock R/B

105.3 Bx-63. Diag panel roof, USG R/B

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YMW-105 – ATSF 12 Panel 40 Boxcar

The kit features custom etched details, a new etched running board design and custom decals from Black Cat Publishing. Included in the kit will be Kato ASF A-3 trucks.

The side panels were carefully created to recreate the ripples that occur when sheet steel is welded. The effect is subtle but very much there.

The prototype was built in 12-48 by AC&F and was the first welded side boxcar purchased by the Wabash.

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YMW-104 – HO Scale Wabash 88200-88699 12-Panel Welded Boxcar

This mini-kit will refit the Intermountain covered hopper kit to recreate the over 950 cars built in this style by AC&F. The kit includes a roof, hatches, hatch hold-downs, etched rod supports and wire.

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YMW-103 – AC&F 1958 cu. ft. Covered Hopper Roof Type 3

Between 1912 and 1914, the Northern Pacific acquired 4000, double sheathed wood box car with an 80,000 lb capacity. The cars were placed in the 21500-23999 and 39500-40999 number series, and had a deep fish belly under frame and a single truss rod along each side. As was NP practice during this period, the cars had the signature outside circular radial roof and unique L-section Andrews trucks. Interior length was 404 with a lumber door on the B end.

The kit features a one piece body, vacuum cast in grey polyurethane resin and a separate resin floor and other details. The kit will also include laser cut running boards, Tichy brake components and photo-etched stirrups and other details. Black Cat Publishing has created decals for this car and will be included.Upon request a supplementary decal sheet for pre-war lettering can be had, please note preference when ordering.

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YMW-102 – Northern Pacific 39000-series Boxcars

In 1943, Canada Car & Foundry built 500 cars for the CPR. These were a plywood sheathed car based upon the iconic 1937 AAR design. The use of plywood on the exterior retained the standard interior width. as well as reducing the weight by over 2,000 lbs. The fastening of the plywood to the steel braces resulted in a distinctive double row pattern of rivets.

The kit features a one piece body, vacuum cast in grey polyurethane resin and a separate resin floor and other details. The kit will also include laser cut running boards, Tahoe Model Works trucks, Tichy brake components and photo-etched ladder stiles, stirrups and other details. Black Cat Publishing has created decals for this car and will be included.

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YMW-101 – Canadian Pacific 40 War Emergency Boxcar

Originally built by ACF in 1925 as auto cars, number series 40000 40999, the Wabash rebuilt 400 cars in 1933-1934 into single deck stock cars. An additional 200 cars were converted to double deck stock cars in 1933. The single deck cars became 15000 15399 and the double deck cars became 16400 16599.

The kit features major components vacuum cast gray urethane resin. The Z-bracing is rendered with full undercuts and the slats are to scale. The running board is laser cut plywood. Tichy brake components are included along with photo-etched detail parts. Specific decals have been created for this model. The kit also includes a set of Tahoe Model Works truck frames. The trucks were selected as being the closest to the prototype available.

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YMW-100 – Wabash 15000-Series Stock Car

The S scale kits have a flat-rate shipping rate and any excess postage costs will be refunded.

As well, additional shipping costs will be invoiced if required.

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