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N Scale - Stewart Products - 1802 - Accessories, Detail Parts, Pump - Undecorated

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N Scale - Stewart Products - 1802 - Accessories, Detail Parts, Pump - Undecorated Image Courtesy of Stewart Products

Stock Number 1802
Original Retail Price $4.00
Brand Stewart Products
Manufacturer Stewart Products
Body Style Stewart Products Detail Kits
Prototype Accessories, Detail Parts, Pump
Road or Company Name Undecorated (Details)
Reporting Marks Fuel & Water Pump
Ready-to-Run No
Kit Complexity Easy-Build
Kit Material(s) Cast Metal
Item Category Accessories
Model Type Accessories
Model Subtype Detail Parts
Model Variety Pump

Specific Item Information: 2 per package - white metal castings

Road Name History:
Although they may be molded in color, unpainted and unlettered, undecorated products are marketed to modelers who seek to custom decorate their models for private roads and/or road and/or company names that were not commercially produced by any of the major manufacturers.

Undecorated models are frequently also unassembled or only partially assembled and required modelers to be comfortable with glue, paint and sometimes solder in order to prepare their models for display. Materials for these models can vary but often include plastic, pewter and resin. Models may or may not come with decals or other decorations such as plastic signage, railings and ladders to enhance the appearance of the final product.

Brand/Importer Information:
Stewart Products is located in Benton Harbor, Michigan, and was founded in 1950 by Willis Stewart. Stewart manufactures a diverse product line that includes everything from detail parts to freight car loads. Scales: HO, N, O Feature Products: Locomotives, Freight and Passenger Cars, Structures Specific Eras: Steam-to-diesel transition (1940-1960), Classic Diesel (1960-1980), Modern (1980-Present)

Item created by: CNW400 on 2022-08-16 12:55:13

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