Zscale Monster Trains
ZSM HomeContact Zscale Monster TrainsAbout ZSMShippingLinksGift CertificatesOrdering Info
Z ScaleNn3SearchSpecialsLost N
MTL   • Back to MTL
  • Back to Z Sitemap
  • Email for help
Congress enacted the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 and we must now note that these ARE NOT TOYS, AND ARE NOT INTENDED FOR USE BY CHILDREN UNDER AGE OF 14. These products are Model Railroad Equipment and Accessories intended for use by adults.
WWII Nose Art Series
Prototypical Features:
• Accurate printing and paint schemes you have
    come to expect from Micro-Trains®
• Cast Zinc body for detail and durability
• Fine Details
• Truck Mounted Couplers
• Magne-Matic Knuckle Couplers
• Detailed brake wheel applied separately
• Nicely Weighted
• Jewel Case
The newest Z scale series; the WWII Nose Art Series! This series features a variety of WWII nose art on 40’ Containers carried on 60’ Flat Cars. Each container is marked with the plane’s squadron number, group number, Air Force Division, number of missions and the division patch art. The container colors will be Oliver Drab or Aluminum depending on the color of the plane the nose art came from.
Aviation nose art got its start early in the First World War when Italian and German pilots began personalizing their aircraft. Soon after, Allied Pilots began using a variety of symbols and illustrations on their aircraft as well and the practice continued to flourish into the Second World War. Everything from the smallest utility aircraft to the largest multi engine bomber was fair game.
The first release in the series will be the “Belle Wringer” container and flat car. This 12 month series will also include a F7 A-unit and a caboose. Don’t miss out on this exciting series; contact your local dealer today!
F7 Locomotive
#MTL-980 01 530   U.S.A.A.C.
  • Released April 2014
  • F7A Locomotive
  $109.95 retail ea. • $87.96
#980 01 530

Road #1945
Olive drab with gold stenciling and blue, red, white and gold U.S. Army Air Corps logo. This F7 A-unit features WWII nose art called “Sentimental Journey” with a rendering of the iconic Betty Grable. The road number 1945 was the year “The Big One” ended.
Caboose
#MTL-535 00 370   Nose Art Series
  • Released April 2014
  $26.95 retail ea.
#535 00 370

#U.S.A.A.C.
This center cupola steel caboose is painted olive drab with gray cupola, and black roof and ends. The grab handles are painted gold. The sides bear the gold, white, red and blue logos of the United States Army Air Corps, the precursor to the U.S. Air Force. The Army Air Corps was, as the name suggests, originally part of the U.S. Army before becoming the forerunner for the newly formed USAF.
60' Flat Cars
“Belle Wringer” (Nose Art #1)
#MTL-524 00 101   “Belle Wringer"
  • Released July 2013
  • w/ Nose Art Container Load
  $24.95 retail ea.
#524 00 101

#667409
This 60’ Flat Car is painted Navy grey with black lettering and carries a 40’ Olive Drab Container featuring real WWII nose art known as "Belle Wringer". Like many planes in WWII, this B-24 bomber was decorated with custom artwork by its pilot to personalize the plane. The ‘Belle Wringer’ B-24 bomber was part of the 5th Air Force, the 90th Bomb Group and 400th Squadron known as the Black Pirates.
“Caboose” (Nose Art #2)
#MTL-524 00 102   “Caboose”
  • Released August 2013
  • w/ Nose Art Container Load
  $24.95 retail ea. • ZSM $19.96
#524 00 102

#667409
This 60’ Flat Car is painted Olive Drab with white lettering and carries a 40’ gray container featuring "Caboose" art. Like many planes in WWII, this B-29 bomber was decorated with custom artwork by its pilot to personalize the plane. The ‘Caboose’ B-29 ‘Superfortress’ was part of the 20th Air Force, the 41st Bomb Group and 315th Squadron.
“Surprise” (Nose Art #3)
#MTL-524 00 103   “Surprise”
  • Released September 2013
  • w/ Nose Art Container Load
  $24.95 retail ea. • ZSM $19.96
#524 00 103

#667421
This 60’ Flat Car is painted Olive Drab with white lettering and carries a 40’ gray container featuring "Surprise" art. Like many planes in WWII, this B-29 bomber was decorated with custom artwork by its pilot to personalize the plane. The ‘Caboose’ B-29 ‘Superfortress’ was part of the 20th Air Force, the 41st Bomb Group and 315th Squadron.
“Bocks Car” (Nose Art #4)
#MTL-524 00 104   “Bocks”
  • Released October 2013
  • w/ Nose Art Container Load
  $24.95 retail ea. • ZSM $19.96
#524 00 104

#667423
This 60’ Flat Car is painted Olive Drab with white lettering and carries a 40’ gray container featuring "Bocks" art. Like many planes in WWII, this B-29 bomber was decorated with custom artwork by its pilot to personalize the plane. The ‘Caboose’ B-29 ‘Superfortress’ was part of the 20th Air Force, the 41st Bomb Group and 315th Squadron.
“Heavenly Body” (Nose Art #5)
#MTL-524 00 105   “Heavenly Body”
  • Released November 2013
  • w/ Nose Art Container Load
  $24.95 retail ea.
#524 00 105

#667437
This 60’ Flat Car is painted Olive Drab with white lettering and carries a 40’ gray container featuring "Heavenly Body" art. Like many planes in WWII, this B-29 bomber was decorated with custom artwork by its pilot to personalize the plane. The ‘Caboose’ B-29 ‘Superfortress’ was part of the 20th Air Force, the 41st Bomb Group and 315th Squadron.
“Bungay Buckaroo” (Nose Art #6)
#MTL-524 00 106   “Bungay Buckaroo”
  • Released December 2013
  • w/ Nose Art Container Load
  $24.95 retail ea. • ZSM $19.96
#524 00 106

#667442
60’ Flat Car is painted Navy grey with black lettering and carries a 40’ Olive Drab Container featuring real WWII nose art known as "Sleepy Time". Like many planes in WWII, this B-24H bomber was decorated with custom artwork by its pilot to personalize the plane. The ‘Sleepy Time’ B-24H bomber was part of the 15th Air Force, the 464th Bomb Group and 776th Squadron.
“Sleepy Time” (Nose Art #7)
#MTL-524 00 107   “Sleepy Time”
  • Released January 2014
  • w/ Nose Art Container Load
  $24.95 retail ea. • ZSM $19.96
#524 00 107

#667457
This 60’ Flat Car is painted Olive Drab with white lettering and carries a 40’ gray container featuring "Bungay Buckaroo" art. Like many planes in WWII, this B-29 bomber was decorated with custom artwork by its pilot to personalize the plane. The ‘Caboose’ B-29 ‘Superfortress’ was part of the 20th Air Force, the 41st Bomb Group and 315th Squadron.
“Wistful Vista” (Nose Art #8)
#MTL-524 00 108   “Wistful Vista”
  • Released February 2014
  • w/ Nose Art Container Load
  $24.95 retail ea. • ZSM $19.96
#524 00 108

#667468
This 60’ Flat Car is painted olive drab with white lettering and carries a 40’ Navy grey container featuring real WWII nose art known as ‘Wistful Vista’. Like many planes in WWII, this B-24 bomber was decorated with custom artwork by its pilot to personalize the plane. The ‘Wistful Vista’ B-24 bomber was part of the 8th Air Force, the 446th Bomb Group and 706th Squadron
“Special Delivery” (Nose Art #9)
#MTL-524 00 109   “Special Delivery”
  • Released March 2014
  • w/ Nose Art Container Load
  $24.95 retail ea. • ZSM $19.96
#524 00 109

#667470
This 60’ Flat Car is painted Navy grey with black lettering and carries a 40’ Olive Drab container featuring real WWII nose art know as ‘Special Delivery’. Like many planes in WWII, this bomber was decorated with custom artwork by its pilot to personalize the plane. The ‘Special Delivery’ was part of the 5th Air Force, the 345th Bomb Group, and the 501st Squadron.
“Kentucky Belle” (Nose Art #10)
#MTL-524 00 110   “Kentucky Belle”
  • Released May 2014
  • w/ Nose Art Container Load
  $24.95 retail ea. • ZSM $19.96
#524 00 110

#667482
This 60’ Flat Car is painted Olive Drab with white lettering and carries a 40’ Navy Grey container featuring real WWII nose art know as ‘Kentucky Belle’. Like many planes in WWII, this bomber was decorated with custom artwork by its pilot to personalize the plane. The ‘Kentucky Belle’ was part of the 8th Air Force, the 446th Bomb Group, and the 706th Squadron.
“Bourbon” (Nose Art #11)
#MTL-524 00 111   “Bourbon”
  • Released June 2014
  • w/ Nose Art Container Load
  $24.95 retail ea. • ZSM $19.96
#524 00 111

#667495
This 60’ Flat Car is painted navy grey with black lettering and carries a 40’ olive drab container featuring real WWII nose art known as ‘Bourbon Boxcar’. Like many planes in WWII, this B-24J bomber was decorated with custom artwork by its pilot to personalize the plane. The ‘Bourbon Boxcar’ B-24J was part of the 5th Air Force, 6th photo recon group and 20th combat mapping squadron.
Go to:
Back to MTL
Back to top

Z Sitemap
ZSM Home
Email for help
The pictures above, and throughout this website, are the property of Zscale Monster Trains. Copying any for retail use is theft.
Many were designed by Zscale Monster Trains for use on this site only.