SouthWind Models Passenger Cars, Baggage

Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0176
Category:Passenger Cars, Baggage
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
Heavyweight, 60-foot, 4-wheel trucks. Available unpainted, and painted. Manufactured by Duck Yoo Corp out of Korea.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-0017
Category:Passenger Cars, Baggage
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
These models were manufactured by Duck Yoo Corp out of Korea, and available painted and unpainted. The model in the photo was custom-painted and lettered for the D&RGW.
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Photo #2
model owned by Tom Henderson
photo © Tom Henderson
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:Passenger Cars, Baggage
Road Name:Northwestern Pacific
Model Introduced:1998
Product Type:Brass
This Harriman car (left-hand side in the photo) is posed with the other cars and Bill's cat Shorty. Models were made by Sae-Hyung Model Co., Pucheon, Korea.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-P41
Category:Passenger Cars, Baggage
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:B60b
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Brass
Round roof. Made in Korea by F.M. Model. The models were available factory-painted and lettered, or unpainted. Photo #2 shows the optional doors with rectangular windows that could be installed by the modeler instead of the round-window doors.
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Photo #2
model owned by Jace Kahn
photo © Jace Kahn
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-P40
Category:Passenger Cars, Baggage
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:B60
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Brass
Clerestory roof. Made in Korea by F.M. Model. The models were available factory-painted and lettered, or unpainted. Photo #2 shows Bill Lane's converted model. He changed the round windows of the doors to square ones, and machined the floor so that he could use Omnicon's K4 tender trucks. These changes make the model more closely resemble the PRSL prototype.
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Photo #2
model owned by Dick Karnes
photo © Dick Karnes

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