American Flyer Lines Passenger Cars

Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:501
Category:Passenger Cars
Road Name:American Flyer Lines
Road Number:501
Year Introduced:1952
#501 Coach produced in 1952 has two reported variation. The first has a satin silver finish as shown in the photo. The second has a chrome finish and is the rarest of all of the 500 series passenger cars and the source of this car is unknown. It is so rare that Greenberg lists it as a "NRS" item.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:661
Category:Passenger Cars
Road Name:American Flyer Lines
Road Number:661
Year Introduced:1950
The #661 coach was produced from 1950 through 1952 in three variations. The first made in 1950 and 1951 shown in the foreground of the photo has an aluminum body. The second, shown in the background, made in 1952, has a chrome-finish over a black plastic body. The third variation has a lacquer-type chrome finish over a black plastic body.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:961
Category:Passenger Cars
Road Name:American Flyer Lines
Road Number:961
Year Introduced:1953
The AFL Jefferson Pullman Car #961, without a Color Band, was produced in 1953 and 1954 in two variations. The first variation, shown in the photo, was produced in 1953 which has a chrome finish over either a black or white body. The second variation, produced in 1954, has a satin silver painted finish over a black body.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:961B
Category:Passenger Cars
Road Name:American Flyer Lines
Road Number:961
Year Introduced:1954
The #961B Jefferson Coach Car with a Blue Color Band was never produced! The entry is listed here as a reminder.
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Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:961C
Category:Passenger Cars
Road Name:American Flyer Lines
Road Number:961
Year Introduced:1954
The AFL Jefferson Coach Car #961C satin silver coach car has a Chestnut Color Band. It was produced in 1954 and only has one variation. Of all of the 900 series passenger cars, the 961C is the rarest as it was not sold separately and was only available as part of the K5496WT Silver Flash Passenger set in 1954.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:961G
Category:Passenger Cars
Road Name:American Flyer Lines
Road Number:961
Year Introduced:1955
The #961G AFL Jefferson Coach Car was produced in 1955 in only one variation. It has a satin silver painted finish over a black body and a Green Color Band.
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Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:961O
Category:Passenger Cars
Road Name:American Flyer Lines
Road Number:961
Year Introduced:1956
The #961O AFL Jefferson Coach Car was produced in 1956 and 1957 with a satin silver painted finish over a black body and an Orange Color Band. The 961O has two variations. The first has a metal nameplate that was used in 1956. The second, produced in 1957, has no metal nameplates as "961 JEFFERSON 961" is stamped directly on to the car body.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:961R
Category:Passenger Cars
Road Name:American Flyer Lines
Road Number:961
Year Introduced:1954
The #961R AFL Jefferson Coach Car was produced from 1954 through 1958 with a satin silver painted finish over a black body and a Red Color Band. The 961R has two variations. The first has a metal nameplate that was used in 1954 through 1956. The second produced in 1957 and 1958 has no metal nameplates as "961 JEFFERSON 960" is stamped directly on to the car body.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Flyer
Manufacturer ID:961S
Category:Passenger Cars
Road Name:American Flyer Lines
Road Number:961
Year Introduced:1954
The 961S was produced in 1954 only and has one variation. It is painted silver over black shell.
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