Each year the NASG produces an American Flyer Commemorative Car that is available for sale to NASG members only. These are limited-production collector cars, typically produced by Lionel. Below is a listing of the ones that are for sale.
Contact person: Dave Blum
You can place your order for any of the available cars shown below either by conventional postal mail and including a check or money order (in US dollars drawn against a US bank) for your order total in the envelope, or you can use the convenient online shopping cart (see further below).
To order by postal mail, make payment out to "NASG" and mail to:
3315 Timberfield Lane
Pikesville, MD 21208-4425
Please include the following in your correspondence:
1. your NASG number (found on your NASG membership card)
2. your name and shipping address
3. which car, or cars, you want (and how many of each)
4. your telephone number or e-mail address (in case we have questions about your order)
Maryland residents please add 6% sales tax to your order total.
All prices shown on this web site are in US dollars. We can ship world-wide. Postal-mail orders must include a check or money order in US dollars drawn against a US bank (see above for address). If that is not possible for you, use the online shopping cart, which will save you the hassle of having to convert your local currency to U.S. dollars (PayPal does this automatically). To order one or more of these cars, and shipping outside of North America, do the following:
Road number is 3516, for the 35th car in the series and the year 2016. The car is a Lionel American Flyer Chicago & North Western flat car, that includes 18 pallets of plastic refractories as a load, headed to a steel mill for relining of the soaking pits (or some other industrial usage). Soaking pits were used by steel mills from the 1920s through 1975. Pallets are decorated for the Chicago-based Plibrico Co. Plibrico invented clay-based refractories around the turn of last century and was a major supplier of these materials. Pallets are scale and will be held in place by "heavy duty cargo netting". Additional sets can be ordered, either decorated or undecorated. The cars and/or extra pallets can be ordered now as they are in stock as of late 2016. Active NASG membership required.
Road number is 3415, for the 34th car in the series and the year 2015. The car is a Lionel American Flyer BNSF waffle-sided box car. We still have a limited number of these cars available, ready for immediate shipping. Active NASG membership required.
Road number is 3112, for the 31st car in the series and the year 2012. The car is a Lionel American Flyer NC&StL Marathon auto parts box car. We still have a limited number of these cars available, ready for immediate shipping. We currently have a special offer running, that if you purchase three of these cars (same ship-to address required), you can save $25. Active NASG membership required.
Road number is 2910, for the 29th car in the series and the year 2010. The car is a Lionel American Flyer Jenny triple-dome tank car. We still have a limited number of these cars available, ready for immediate shipping. Active NASG membership required.
In 2006 Lionel produced the General Electric maintenance-of-way Crane Car (right in photo). In 2007 they produced a matching Boom Car (left in photo). These are still available in limited quantities, ready for immediate shipping. You can buy each individually, or you can save $7 by buying the pair at the same time. Active NASG membership required.
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