K-25701   NYC F-3 AA Diesels New York Central
    $479.95 ea.    

Known by many as the world’s ultimate streamliner, a crimson carpet was rolled out for passengers of the New York Central’s 20th Century Limited, giving rise to the phrase “red carpet treatment.” The familiar “Lightning Stripe” livery extends from the nose of K-LINE’s F-3 Diesel Locomotive to the very end of the Observation car, as does the extra-fare opulence, luxurious detail and reliability experienced by the passengers of this 1938 streamliner. Die cast four-wheel trucks, fast-angle wheels and die cast metal couplers with hidden uncoupling mechanism ensure these cars operate as smoothly as the on-board accommodations between New York and Chicago.

Catalog: 2001 1st Edition
Release Date: SOLD OUT

Engine Features
  •   13 1/2 inches long
  •   O Scale (1:48)
  •   Dual Motors on A Units
  •   8 wheel drive on all units
  •   3 position electronic reversing unit linking all units
  •   Die cast trucks and wheels
  •   Quadra-Grip® wheels
  •   Die cast pilot and couplers
  •   Operating front coupler and lighted cab interior on A units
  •   Metal chassis
  •   Die cast fuel tank w/ underside tank detail
  •   Operating Headlight on A Units
  •   Portholes with lenses
  •   Prototypical side and roof detail
  •   Metal grab rails
  •   Separate Side Vents
  •   Stainless Steel Side Grills and Roof Vents
  •   Freely Rotating Roof Fans
  •   Die Cast Horns
  •   Brass Air Filter and Relief Valve
  •   Illuminated Number Boards

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On October 28, 2016 10:25 AM, Gene wrote:

I have always wondered why K-Line did not attached the people crossover tunnels on their Legacy F-7 diesels? This was the part that goes between the engines to the engines? Why were the parts were sent loose and the customer was provided instruction on how to attach these items.