2nd Chance-Car #31 Santa Fe Shadow Line

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Micro-Trains has been commissioned to produce these beautiful cars. This silver car is decorated in the famous ‘shadow-line’ scheme that was used by the SF starting in the 1950‘s. Painted to simulate their corrugated cars and blend in with the fleet, all of these “Shadow Line” cars were part of an extensive fleet of business cars the Santa Fe used for it’s executives.
Shipped January 2014

$185.00

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J D

Thanks, Lowell, for another awesome addition to an already incredible train.

D.

“You have no idea how excited I am about these cars . . .”

Linda and Pete B.

Just wanted to thank you again for the opportunity to be with you and the many other happy folks who experienced the Feather River Canyon trip.  I know you put a lot of work into making this special trip a reality and it all came together extremely well!

K.

I am looking forward to many more releases in the new year. I stayed up really late on Christmas to talk to Santa when he came by our house. I asked him for an n-scale SP&S 700, and he said that was out of his league and I’d better call you.

S. Reames

I received my observation/business car today and – like all of my other cars from you – I love it!

J. LaBoda

To say the least this is a HUGE development for N-scale and I, along with a number of others, are indebted to you for making these cars possible. Thanks so very much!!!

Charles

“You have received many compliments when I have run my RailSmith cars with my friends.”

A.M.

“You seem to be the shining light in an industry that’s seen a lot of change since the early 2000’s when I was last in the hobby”.

Jim and Jo Ann K.

Every aspect of the trip was professionally done.  You and Barbara were on top of every change and your matter-of-fact assurances speak highly of your professionalism.  Jo Ann is a retired chef  and we know what good food is, and the meals provided on the CZ trip were stellar! BRAVO to you and Barbara for…

R. M.

Lowell, I just want you to know – you make this hobby fun!