The April Fools edition of the column has the author fantasizing about being an S-scale dictator telling the manufacturers which products they should produce.
The author reviews the ready-to-run cars from American Models.
This is the first of the author's columns about running and fixing American Flyer trains. In this column he introduces himself and his history of model railroading. He shares a tip for how to remove the AF floors from the cars' body, including the action caboose.
The author provides step-by-step instructions on how to scratchbuild this car. It includes a materials list, prototype photos, and diagrams.
Several pages with info and photos about the Convention, and the Convention cars.
The author (Dave Jasper) describes how he uses fake fur to make his grass fields (shown on this issue's cover).
How to build a reasonable selection of freight and passenger cars for narrow-gauge trains.
The author is gradually shifting the modules column over to his new "Tired Wheels" column, covering 1:64 vehicles. This issue's column starts with covering the 1962-1969 GMC Double Bottom semi, which is labeled "Matchbox King Size No. K4 Fruehauf Hopper, Made in England by Lesney".
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