Atlas Announces New Model: 60 Foot Flat Car

gdmichaels Oct 5, 2017

  1. gdmichaels

    gdmichaels TrainBoard Supporter

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    Atlas 60 Foot Flat Car


    Another new freight car model will be coming out from Atlas. On October 4, 2017, the Hillside, New Jersey-based company announced that it will produce a new tooling for a 60 foot flat car.

    This release will be available undecorated ($24.95) and in 6 different road names / paint schemes ($29.95). It has a pre-order date of Wednesday, November 1, 2017 and an estimated delivery of 1st Quarter 2018.

    Product Features
    Some features include: die-cast metal frame, prototypical ride height and BLMA 70-ton ASF Ride Control Trucks.

    Here is a link to the Atlas website.

    Here is a link to other Atlas flat car releases on TroveStar.
     
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  2. wcfn100

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    New for Atlas, Ex-BLMA. Third run overall I believe.


    Jason
     
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  3. Ike the BN Freak

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    Thought it was the old BLMA tooling
     
  4. gdmichaels

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    Gentlemen: Thanks for this info. We have updated our blog to reflect that fact that this is an ex-BLMA model being put out by Atlas, not a new tooling. Thanks and have a nice weekend. Jenna

    Here is the updated blog:

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    Atlas 60 Foot Flat Car (ex-BLMA model)


    On October 4, 2017, the Hillside, New Jersey-based company announced that it will release an ex-BLMA 60 foot flat car.

    This re-release will be available undecorated ($24.95) and in 6 different road names / paint schemes ($29.95). It has a pre-order date of Wednesday, November 1, 2017 and an estimated delivery of 1st Quarter 2018.

    Product Features
    Some features include: die-cast metal frame, prototypical ride height and BLMA 70-ton ASF Ride Control Trucks.

    Here is a link to the Atlas website.

    Here is a link to 60' flat cars from BLMA on TroveStar.
     

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