In HO Collector‘s Fourth Quarter 2022 edition, you’ll find an array of classic boxes to appreciate, along with the awesome models that came in these now-vintage packages. Co-Editor Tony Lucio presents ACME’s Switch Control Panel as one of the features in this 68-page issue.
Charlie Getz covers a childhood favorite of his… Aristo-Craft’s die-cast steam locomotive releases. See this collection of Japanese-made HO replicas imported and sold by the famous Polk Brothers in this article.
The battery-powered Hobo F7 promised two-train operation in the 1950s from a single power pack with no special wiring. The box promised much, what was inside? Co-Editor Tony Lucio will show you an example of this much-forgotten curiosity.
Do you have a sample of Star Hobby’s Flashing Electric Billboards in your collection? You’ll want one after reading Co-Editor Tony Lucio’s look at this neat 1950s HO-scale offering in our Fourth Quarter 2022 edition.
Finally, get ready for a much-requested feature… Co-Editor Tony Lucio presents two SD40-2 diesel locomotive models introduced in the early 1980s. GSB Rail and North American Diesel’s SD40-2s will be documented in compared in HO Collector‘s Fourth Quarter 2022 edition.
Read the complete article and see more color pictures by picking up a copy of the 4th Quarter edition available in October 2022!