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AZL March 2012 New Items - Southern Pacific!
« on: February 29, 2012, 10:58:47 PM »
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AZL has announced three new items for March. First, AZL is excited to announce tri-level autoracks. These are all new tooling! The first release is Southern Pacific.



Two runner packs and two singles have been released. The first runner pack is item 91000-1. The road numbers are 516116, 516128, 516136 and 516139. The second runner pack is item 91000-2. The road numbers are 517024, 517053, 517127 and 517236. The MSRP is $131.00.

The first single car is item 91950-1. The road number is 80730. The second single car is item 91950-2. The road number is 517047. The MSRP is: $38.00.



A Southern Pacific 'Kodachrome' bay window caboose has been released. The SP only painted one cabooses in the failed SP/ATSF merger paint scheme. The AZL release faithfully represents this caboose. The item number is 92000-8. The road number is 4726. The MSRP is $64.00.



AZL has release Southern Pacific 3-bay ACF hoppers. A runner pack and single car has been released. The runner pack is item 90307-1. The road numbers are 496472, 496482, 496483 and 496496. The MSRP is $119.00.

The single car is item 91307-1. The road number is 496526. The MSRP is $36.00.

Contact your authorized AZL to order.

Rob Kluz
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Re: AZL March 2012 New Items - Southern Pacific!
« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2012, 08:45:21 AM »
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I just uploaded the following image. As I mentioned earlier, the cars are different tooling. Here is a photo of the ends. Thebi-levels are on the left and the new tri-levels on the right.



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