|Kit #8000 - HO Scale COVERED HARBOR BARGE IN PRODUCTION!!!|
|NEW RELEASES AND KITS FROM AMB, INC. ------- PAGE 1.|
|SOME FILES ARE HIGH RESOLUTION - THANKS FOR YOUR PATIENCE WHILE THEY "LOAD"!!!|
|FOR LOTS OF OTHER LASERkit SPECIALTY ITEMS
GO TO: www.rgspemkt.com
|An incredible kit, the first of its kind, with over 300 parts, a Twenty Page Set of Instructions
and precise engineering will provide you with fun modeling experience.
This is the first of numerous Rail-Marine Kits to be released.
GO TO KIT 8000'S NEW RELEASE PAGE
|The first load of Barge Kits have been shipped.
Now, we're on the way back to reload the next run of kits!!
Kit 8001 - NYC Covered Barge
Kit 8002 - HO Deck Scow
Kit 8003 - HO Cabin Scow
Kit 8004 - Rooftop Cabin Barge
Kit 8005 - HO Stick Lighter
Kit 8006 - 6 Car Carfloat
Kit 8007 - 6 Car Station Float
Kit 8008 - Coal Barge
IN HO SCALE ARE SHIPPING NOW!!
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NEW PARTS LIST PAGE
LASER CUT ACRYLIC WINDOW KITS FOR THE
BL 8-1-2, 10-1-2 , 12-1
AND THE WALTHERS 12-1!
Production Started - 05-10-05.
ALSO, NEW SHADE SETS (3 COLORS) AND SECTION PARTITIONS,
PLUS SEVERAL ADDITIONAL DETAIL AND UPGRADE ITEMS!
NEW WEB PAGES BEING ADDED - CHECK BACK OFTEN.
|HO Scale LASERkit #166 - ALTON ELEVATOR
**** N Scale Kit #651 Now Available!!! MSRP $34.95 ***
Based on the Prototype in Alton, Kansas, which is still standing as this is written, our kit features 100% Laser Cut Components and all of the "LASERkit STANDARDS" you've come to expect from over Twelve Years of LASERkit Products!
LASERKit is a Registered Trademark and is the Sole Possession of American Model Builders, Inc. St. Louis, MO
|OUR LASER-CUT GLAZING MAKES YOUR HEAVYWEIGHTS LOOK --- REAL!|
|SHOWN ABOVE; BL 8-1-2 WITH LASERkit GLAZING, LAVATORY WINDOWS AND LASER-CUT WINDOW SHADES.
Model Construction, Model Photography and Photoshop Work by J. Hitzeman - 2005 - All Rights Reserved
|Kit 8003 - HO Cabin Scow - MSRP $79.95
This kit features a Hull With Camber AND Sheer!
In Production and Shipping NOW!!
|The Cabin Scow was the Rail-Marine equivalent
of the Railroad Flat Car. Hundreds existed and
were used by all of the major Railroad "Navies"