AHM Kitmaster Kits

AHM’s Kitmaster Kits appear in an ad promoting the line in the March 1962 edition of Model Railroader. AHM states its Kitmaster Kits fit HO track, include moving parts, authentic in every detail, kits came complete with instructions and plastic cement. Prices ranged from 69-cents for the Stephenson’s Rock to $1.98 for a New York Central 4-6-4 Hudson. To date, no AHM-boxed examples have surfaced for inclusion for this website. It appears you’ll find these releases in Rosebud Kitmaster-branded boxes and they include OO/HO-scale labeling. It is not known if AHM sold these kits in Rosebud boxes, but it is thought that’s how they were available in North America at the time.

AHM’s Kitmaster Kits Roster

American General 4-4-0
No. K-3

Battle of Britain Class
No. 11

Beyer Garratt
No. K-25

BR Class 92000 Evening Star
No. 22

BR German Locomotive
No. K-19

BR Mogul
No. K-30

BR Standard Corridor Comp
No. K-13

BR Standard Corridor Second
No. 14

City of Turo
No. K-24

Deltic Diesel
No. K-10

Diesel Electric
No. 2

Duchess of Gloucester Coronation Class
No. 4

ER Saddle Tank
No. K-26

French Coach
No. K-29

German Coach
No. K-27

Giant Swiss Crocodile
No. 12

Italian Tank
No. 8

New York Central Hudson 4-6-4
No. K-34

Prairie Tank
No. 7

Pullman Kitchen Car
No. K-32

Pullman Parlor Car
No. K-33

Pullman Power Car
No. K-31

Restaurant First
No. K-28

Saddle Tank 0-4-0
No. 6

Schools Class 4-4-0
No. K-5

Stephenson’s Rocket 
No. K-1
No. K301

Stirling Eight-Foot Single
No. 9