A late-1970s production from AHM was labeled its “Metal Boxcar,” though this model was plastic and featured tooling dating to the early-1960s Rivarossi model.
One of AHM’s Taiwan-made freight cars was this 40-foot sliding-door boxcar.
AHM offered a version of the Kader-made 41-foot High-Cube Boxcar in the 1970s.
This Yugoslavian-made 40-foot boxcar is a double-sheathed wood design with double sliding doors.
AHM’s All-Door Boxcar replicates Pullman-Standard’s 1961 prototype built for Southern Railway.
A classic in AHM’s line, this 0-8-0 steam locomotive switcher was featured with a New Haven C-Liner in the company’s artwork featured on the cover of catalogs during the 1970s.
A mid-1970s addition to AHM’s line was this small two-axle trolley model. The model included a powered trolley with pantograph pole and a similar non-powered trolley with no roof electrical equipment.
One of AHM’s commuter releases was this HO model of Boeing’s LRV (Light Rail Vehicle) Trolley.
AHM offered a collection of static model plastic kits in the 1960s under the Kitmaster Kit name.