85' Amfleet II 59-Seat Coach

This is the 85' Amfleet II 59-Seat Coach Amtrak(R) (Phase III) HO Scale Model Train Passenger Car by Life-Like.

Life-Like-Proto 85 Amfleet II 59-Seat Coach Amtrak(R) (Phase III) HO Scale #11220
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Features :
  • New Body with: * Correct Profile * Fine Detailed Corrugations
  • New Trucks with: * Factory-Lubricated Inside Bearings * Brake Shoe & Other Details
  • Highly Detailed Underbody Equipment
  • Centersill & Cross Bracing on Underframe
  • Real Metal Finish Simulates Stainless Steel
  • Factory-Installed Grab Irons
  • Paint Color-Matched to Amtrak Standards
  • Window Gasket Details
  • Prototypical "Smoked Glass" Windows
  • Car Number Decals
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Features

  • New Body with: * Correct Profile * Fine Detailed Corrugations
  • New Trucks with: * Factory-Lubricated Inside Bearings * Brake Shoe & Other Details
  • Highly Detailed Underbody Equipment
  • Centersill & Cross Bracing on Underframe
  • Real Metal Finish Simulates Stainless Steel
  • Factory-Installed Grab Irons
  • Paint Color-Matched to Amtrak Standards
  • Window Gasket Details
  • Prototypical "Smoked Glass" Windows
  • Car Number Decals

Specs

  • Life-Like-Proto Product Number: 11220
  • Walthers Product Number: 920-11220
  • Walthers Catalog: 2014 HO, page 112

Includes

  • Correct 36" Turned Metal Wheelsets
  • Proto MAX(TM) Metal Knuckle Couplers
  • LED Lighting Kit (#920-1057) Available Separately

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To upgrade its elderly fleet of cars, some in service since the late 1940s, Amtrak took delivery of its first all-new Amfleet I cars in 1975 for inter-city service in the close clearances of the eastern US. Based on the Budd-built Metroliner, nearly 500 coach and food service cars were delivered by 1978. Starting in 1981, new Amfleet II coaches and lounges were introduced especially for long-distance trains. Both types are still in service today!