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October 1998 - Page 2

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Bay Hopper Six Packs refreshing and satisfying! New in the HO Scale Silver Series@) line, these ready-to-run Triple Bay Hoppers are the first ever with 300 slope sheets. They're offered in sets of six for use as unit trains to and from mining operations. Each set contains cars with six different roadnumbers, as well as removable loads that are molded and randomized for the effect of six different load configurations. Separate side sheet supports are also provided for added realism if the hoppers are run as empties. The Triple Bay Hopper six packs are shipping now at the suggested retail price of $90.00 each. Of the eight road names available, all carry coal loads except for Western Maryland, which carries a prototypically-correct limestone load. So go ahead. Pop one open. And refresh yourself with a Bachmann six pack.

Suggested Retail Price:

Conformance Warrant 98-06 H O scale Silver Series@ model
ITEM # 18703YY DESCRIPTION Burlington Northern (billboard) Conrail Southern Pacific Reading (speed lettering) Pennsylvania (yellow ball) Western Maryland (gray)


30 slope sheet, offset panel design t hin wall construction s ix roadnumbers removable loads separate side sheet supports h idden weights f inely detailed brake wheel installed body-mounted

Barber S 2 R oller Bearing Trucks with Celcon@ construction blackened, non-magnetic metal axles with needle point bearings for free-rolling performance scale 36", blackened-metal wheels with RP25 contours a ll parts painted with accurate paint schemes



f inely detailed stirrup steps separately applied brake reservoir and brake valve

E-Z Mate@couplers

18706YY 18707YY 18710YY 18714YY 18737YY 18739YY 18742YY

& Western (flying Grande) Norfolk & Western
Denver Rio Grande (round herald)

. super-detailed tampo printing on sides and ends of car

1 400 East Erie Avenue Philadelphia, PA 1 91 24

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