You asked and WalthersProto delivers Amfleet I and Amfleet II Coaches and Food Service cars in HO Scale!
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!
Like the prototypes, these models are totally new from the rooftops to the rails and come fully assembled, ready for service with:
* New Body with: * Correct Profile * Fine Detailed Corrugations
* New Trucks with Brake Shoe & Other Details
* Factory-Installed LED Lighting
* 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 & Letterboard Decals
* Correct Turned Metal 36" Wheelsets
* Proto MAX(TM) Metal Knuckle Couplers
PLEASE NOTE: As these cars are the correct prototype length and feature full underbody detail to match the prototypes, a minimum 24" radius is recommended for operation.