releases are included below.
If you are looking for something specific, not shown below,
Google Search Link here,
or the Google search at the bottom of all pages on our site:
If you are
unable to find an item on our site after using the Google
e-mail us and let us know what item you could not locate.
Not all items can be in stock at all
Due to minimum order requirements and shipping charges we
"bunch" up re-orders to save you money.
(We reserve the right to correct errors and change
prices without prior notice.)
Not all of the items below may be in stock or available but
the information is provided for reference purposes.
Please copy & paste the entire description TEXT ONLY (no pictures please) from the
item you are ordering into your e-mail.
It will save time and reduce possible confusion in determining
really are ordering.
With the quantity of lines we carry it's not possible to memorize all of them.
sure you review our terms pages before placing your order:
Page One Then: Terms
Page Two Finally: Terms Page Three
you place an order, you have agreed to our terms.
remember to give your first and last name and the city and
state where you live in all your e-mails.
customers please include the country.
We found this info on this webpage:
and feel that it says what needs to be stated about these
items the best.
Thanks for the mini history
"When Amtrak took over U.S. long distance and intercity
passenger transportation in 1971, they were faced with an
aging roster of dissimilar equipment from dozens of different
railroads. The greatest shortage, after motive power, was
in coaches for medium distance intercity runs. Also on Amtrak's
mind was conversion from steam heat to electric Head End
Power. With these needs in mind, in 1975 they began takng
delivery of 492 "Amfleet I" cars.
This rolling stock design was developed quickly,
adapted from the "Metroliner" EMU of 1967. The cars
came in two types, coaches originally refered to as "Amcoaches",
and food service cars, called "Amcafes" and "Amdinettes".
In later years, the special names were dropped, and the cars
were simply referred to as Coach, Cafe, and Dinette. Their
tin-can-like rounded stainless steel sides soon earned the
Amfleet the nickname "Amcans".
The Amfleet I cars are the only Amtrak equipment
to wear all five of Amtrak's general service paint schemes."
|Part #: BAC-14156 Amtrak 85'
Amfleet I Phase II Coach
|Part #: BAC-14157 Amtrak 85'
Amfleet I Phase III Coach
|Part #: BAC-14158 Amtrak 85'
Amfleet I Phase IV Coach
|Part #: BAC-14159 Amtrak 85'
Amfleet I Acela Regional Coach
|Part #: BAC-14160 Amtrak
Amfleet I Phase II Amtrak Cafe'
|Part #: BAC-14161 Amtrak
Amfleet I Phase III Amtrak Cafe'
|Part #: BAC-14162 Amtrak
Amfleet I Phase IV Amtrak Cafe'
|Part #: BAC-14163 Amtrak Amfleet
I Acela Regional Cafe'
Inventory is a fluid commodity. It changes by the
hour (sometimes by the minute). To retain our pricing structure
we maintain stock levels designed to turnover 6 times each
year. We cannot guarantee stock status till we have an order
in hand. All product is subject to prior sale. If we confirm
that we have it, and, while we are waiting for the order
it sells, you would be upset that we did not hold it.
We used to hold items but learned a VERY EXPENSIVE lesson.
When we held items for customers’ orders, the order
never materialized 80%+ of the time. We lost out on
the orders placed while the item was on hold. Also
we wasted staff time that could have been used to pull actual
Since we are well known for finding older stock the fact
that it may not be on our shelves at this minute does not
mean we can’t get it. So, as we spell out on our terms
pages, we don’t do it anymore. You may, however, call in and we will tell you if the items
are available and if possible attempt to locate what we
don’t have while you are on the phone.
|Last Update by: GJC
|Saturday, July 6, 2013 3:12 PM