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N Scale - Showcase Miniatures - 5010 - Trolley - Pacific Electric

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N Scale - Showcase Miniatures - 5010 - Trolley - Pacific Electric

Stock Number 5010
Original Retail Price $74.95
Brand Showcase Miniatures
Manufacturer Showcase Miniatures
Body Style Showcase Miniatures Train Kit
Prototype Description Trolley
Road or Company Name Pacific Electric (Details)
Kit Complexity Craftsman
Kit Material(s) Unpainted Etched Stainless Steel and Pewter M
Release Date 2017-06-01
Item Category Passenger Trains
Model Type Electric
Model Subtype Trolley

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Specific Item Information: Showcase Miniatures N 5010 Pacific Electric "The Hollywood Car" Kit.
This one was LOOSLY modeled after the actual prototype and got its inspiration from a 1988 film of a framed rabbit.. ;). This shell kit is designed to fit the Kato power units 11-105, 11-106 or 11-107 (not included). It features lead-free pewter castings, photo-etched stainless steel and brass, a cast resin roof, pre-cut window glazing and Microscale decals. Fully illustrated instructions for assembly and painting make this one a pretty simple build. A lighting kit with instructions is also available separately.

Model Information: These kits are designed to be assembled and painted and then installed on someone else's under-frame or chassis.

Road Name History: The PE was started as an independent road, in 1911 the SP acquired a controlling interest, and operated the a freight side until 1964.

Brand/Importer Information:
Founded by Joe Warren, in Cherry Valley, California, in 1995, Showcase Miniatures manufactures high quality cast pewter metal, etched brass, and/or laser cut wood model railroad structures, vehicles, and accessories in HO, N, and Z Scale. Moved to Tuskegee, Alabama in 2012, Walter Vail is Showcase Miniatures current owner and product designer. In developing new products, Walter employs different methods such as hand sculpting and the use of 3D computer software. Crafted by a master modeler, who has had his scratch-built science fiction models featured in Kalmbach Publishing's FineScale Modeler magazine, and previously designed products for businesses such as C-in-C Soft Metal Castings, FASA, GHQ, and Ral-Partha Enterprises, the high quality detail exhibited in every Showcase Miniatures product is certainly not a coincidence.

Item created by: gdm on 2017-06-27 12:29:51

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