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American Lightweight Car Company

(USA)

American Standard Car Company, or ASCC, was a manufacturer of 0 scale kits, owned and created by Ralph Brown. ASCC produced kits for a large range of passenger cars, both heavyweight and lightweight, as well as freight cars, airslide covered hopper and the railgon kit. Mr Brown sold the lightweight cars to Pete Plunkett who named his company American Lightweight Car Company, and David Duncan later bought the heavyweights and called his company Pullman Standard Car Company. The lightweight car kits were subsequently sold by Paul Plunkett's widow, Linda.

The following photographs illustrate a Southern Pacific Daylight 12 piece Passenger car set produced by American Lightweight Car Company as a kit of parts. White metal trucks are assembled, and all require interiors.

1 Combine 1 piece
2 Chair Cars 2 pieces
1 Coffee shop/Saloon 1 piece
2 Articulated duo Chairs 4 pieces
1 Articulated restaurant 3 car unit 3 pieces
1 Beaver Tail observation car
1 piece 10 car already assembled and painted some already decaled
1 articulated set partly assembled unpainted.


American Lightweight Car Company SP Daylight passenger car set

American Lightweight Car Company SP Daylight passenger car set

American Lightweight Car Company SP Daylight passenger car set

American Lightweight Car Company SP Daylight passenger car set

American Lightweight Car Company SP Daylight passenger car set

American Lightweight Car Company SP Daylight passenger car set

American Lightweight Car Company SP Daylight passenger car set

American Lightweight Car Company SP Daylight passenger car set

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