I have an excel listing of all the cars from 2007 until 2019.  I did not see a Yuengling in the list.

Jim

 

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Loose-Caboose posted:

I have an excel listing of all the cars from 2007 until 2019.  I did not see a Yuengling in the list.

Fie!  Fie!  How dare they overlook America's Oldest Brewery?  There also seems to be a shortage of Swift cars, considering the fact that Old Man Swift had a great deal to do with the invention and evolution of the refrigerator car.  Harrumph!

Would you please consider sharing your Excel master list?  I don't know how up to date this website is:

https://www.toytrains1.com/atlas_reefers.htm

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Loose-Caboose posted:

I have an excel listing of all the cars from 2007 until 2019.  I did not see a Yuengling in the list.

Yuengling had Kline make train's for them, they have not released their Trademark to any other's since. I inquired with Yuengling back in 2003 about getting new Reefer billboard cars made at Weaver, asked them every year till 2010. You can go on there website and see what Kline cars are left.

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Yuengling last release was a claimed  4-8-4 steamer by MTH IN  2007. 

Saw some listings awhile back of nice boxcars and  a passenger car for more moolah than what I am able to put down for my MTH locomotives.  I can't remember the manufacture.

 

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Loose-Caboose posted:

I have an excel listing of all the cars from 2007 until 2019.  I did not see a Yuengling in the list.

Fie!  Fie!  How dare they overlook America's Oldest Brewery?  There also seems to be a shortage of Swift cars, considering the fact that Old Man Swift had a great deal to do with the invention and evolution of the refrigerator car.  Harrumph!

Would you please consider sharing your Excel master list?  I don't know how up to date this website is:

https://www.toytrains1.com/atlas_reefers.htm

Boy did I goof up! My list is only for the GSC cars that Pat Kimble sent me. I do not know where my brain was.  Sorry for mix up. It is still a valuable listing for anyone wishing to know that information  

Jim

 

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Dallas Joseph posted:

Yuengling last release was a claimed  4-8-4 steamer by MTH IN  2007. 

Saw some listings awhile back of nice boxcars and  a passenger car for more moolah than what I am able to put down for my MTH locomotives.  I can't remember the manufacture.

 

MTH Yuengling Brewery steamer

MTH Yuengling Brewery #1

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My other Atlas reefer.  My wife’s maiden name is Hanley; her father and brother were named James.  This is one train purchase that met her approval!

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PDeVaney posted:

They have become an addiction for me. So far 270 of them. The NATTY BOH is the hardest and the most expensive one so far for me.

PDeVaney posted:

They have become an addiction for me. So far 270 of them. The NATTY BOH is the hardest and the most expensive one so far for me.

That's because there were a little more than 100 made at that time by OGR forumite VAGolpher.

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Pat Kn posted:

I was always under the impression that Atlas O will not make a car that didn't exist. My local hobby shop looked into a special run but Atlas would not consider a fantasy scheme.

That was when Jim Weaver (no relation to Weaver models) was in control of Atlas O. Once per passed, that went "out the door" Money talks, B.S. walks!

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There was a listing on eBay of what was claimed to be a complete collection of the 2-rail Atlas reefers - think was starting at $20k....


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My Atlas Gansett reefer.  Rare?

 

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Pete & Dallas, there was a Yuengling double-sheathed boxcar recently produced by Lionel as the 2016 LOTS convention car, # 6-58260 - see attached photos.

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OK......DAVE.......

..................on those hot summer nights I enjoy having a couple Yuenglings to settle me down .   😋                                   How can I obtain one of these boxcars ? 🤔                                          Being a Lionel product , would it look OK with Atlas and MTH Premier boxcars ?

 

 

 

 

 

Here's a crummy picture of the Fauerbach beer reefer. I wish I'd bought them both; they're a needful things on the Beer Line.

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Dallas, I used to live in Philly about 30 years ago, when Yuengling Porter was on tap at all the neighborhood bars, and I was young enough to frequent them, so it fairly ran in my veins!

The box end says it has "Scale Dimensions and Authentic Decorations" and it has die-cast sprung trucks, so, yes, I do think it would look good with Atlas and MTH Premier reefers.  Apparently, these were sold out at the 2016 LOTS convention, so it may be hard to find one.  There was a for-sale posting of one on this website by "wtjohn" some time ago, 2017; not sure if he still has it available.

Best of luck,

David

HEY Dave.....

....thank you for the good follow up on this Yuengling boxcar.

I've seen guys paying hundreds for the various billboard cars .  I could probably go $ 175 or so,  so I probably won't  be looking at one in person but I sure appreciate the photos you posted and your backround info. Pretty good stuff Dave .

Thanks                                                                                                 Dallas

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