American Models New York Central (NYC) FP7

Manufacturer:American Models (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:F703
Category:FP7
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Road Number:1678
Model Introduced:1982
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Holt painted this model such that it represents an F7 A-unit, because the NYC never had any FP7 engines (which is what the American Model model is). The FP7 is 4 feet longer to be able to store the equipment needed to support passenger car heating. He painted over the bottom headlight to better mimic an F7. He added number board dry transfers, and custom glazing for the cab door windows, as well as a working rear coupler. Photo #2 shows AM's A- and B-unit. The paint scheme was for the passenger trains. Available in the following configurations:
- single A-unit.
- A- and B-unit, with B-unit holding the sound module.
- A- and B-unit, with B-unit also powered.
- A-B-A set, with B-unit holding the sound module.
Photo
Photo #2
model owned by Holt Apgar
photo © Holt Apgar
Manufacturer:American Models (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:F709
Category:FP7
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Road Number:1807
Model Introduced:1982
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
This paint scheme was used for pulling freight trains. Available in the following configurations:
- single A-unit.
- A- and B-unit, with B-unit holding the sound module.
- A- and B-unit, with B-unit also powered.
- A-B-A set, with B-unit holding the sound module.
Photo
photo © (American Models stock photo)

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