Our First Run of ACF Tank Car Premium Instructions Has Sold Out

First off, if you didn’t get our American Car & Foundry Tank Car Premium Instructions today, don’t panic. You didn’t miss out, but you will have to wait a little longer. We do we have some USRA 55-Ton Hoppers, and Pullman PS-1 Boxcars left in case you missed them the first time.

Our fastest selling kit yet!

Today was crazy! The first run of BMR Tank Car premium instructions sold out in just over 9 hours. I can not believe what just happened. 50 kits gone in less than 1/2 a day. That blows my mind. It outsold our previous USRA hopper car by 24 hours. You, our fans, are amazing. We’ll be playing some serious catch up for the next two weeks.

Getting ready to ship out some tank cars. And a little peak at our upcoming flat car.

I have to give it to our own Glenn Holland, he designed a great model. I’m sure if we could have stocked more, we could have sold a hundred. And don’t worry, we will be stocking more. But first we have to ship out the first run of 50 tank car orders.

For those who missed out on this first run, fear not. You will be able to order, you’l just have wait a little longer. More ACF Tank Cars are will be available in November along with our next kit, the AAR 53ft Flat Car with yet to be revealed load. And we’re working on ways to increase our production runs so can stock more kits from the start. The BMR model team is just two guys working out of my house. We’re still learning, but we’re doing our best to get better. We thank you for your patience.

We still have some USRA 55-Ton Hoppers, and Pullman PS-1 Boxcars from our restock available, as well as decals and wheel sets. So if you didn’t get those, take the plunge. They’re great models you’ll have fun with until we can release more tank cars.

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Thank You.

Cale Leiphart
Brick Model Railroader

11 thoughts on “Our First Run of ACF Tank Car Premium Instructions Has Sold Out”

  1. Congratulations! Glad I got an order in quick! That flat car looks like it’s a different scale compared to the tank car. I’m very interested to see what you guys come up with as far as a load but I’d guess farm equipment based on Cale’s secondary interest.

    1. We definitely want to do some more modern kits in the future. Intermodal/container traffic is my favorite non steam era type of railroad modeling so that is on the list for sure. But there is a lot of other great modern stuff out there too. We’ll get there.

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