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Collector Packs
Collector Packs Feature:
• Fine Printing
• Fine Injection Details
• Realistic Loads by Hay Brothers
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
• Sold & Packaged as 2-Packs
• Crystal Clear Plastic, Stackable Cases
• Manufactured with great details by Bowser Mfg.
Collector Pack #12
Southern
#FT-4004/4005   Southern
• 40' 70-Ton Offset-Side 3-Bay Hoppers
  $44.00 retail ea. • $44.00
Set #1: Black SOU 70612, Red 70011 • December 2009
Set #2: Black SOU 70625, Red 70018 • December 2009
Set #3: Black SOU 70615, Red 70014 • June 2014
Set #1

 
Set #2

 
Set #3

$44.00
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
Several predecessors, dating back to the 1820's, led finally to the Southern Railway by 1894. In the 1980's it merged with Norfolk and Western R.R. to become Norfolk Southern. A venerable Rail Line oft wearing a green color scheme on both steam and diesel engine alike, the SR ran freight and passenger trains from Richmond, VA, to Greenville, MS, and from Florida to Louisiana and all points between, living up to it's motto, "We Serve the South!"
Collector Pack #16
International Minerals & Chemical Corporation
#FT-1027/1028   IMC   2-Pack
• 51' ACF Cylindrical Hoppers
  $54.00 retail ea. • $54.00
Set #3: #NAHX 51308, GCCX 112368 • October 2015
Set #3

$54.00
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
After WWII, USA Railroads were increasingly called upon to haul new and unique "modern" products over long distances. American Car and Foundry (ACF) designed a tank-type Cylindrical "Center Flow" covered hopper car. Here was a "Freight Car for the Future," ready to transport sugar, cement, sand, salt, fertilizers, many types of grains, coke, starch, feeds, chemicals and plastics! Founded in 1909 and headquartered in IL, IMC Global was a mining and production company, which in 2004 merged with Cargill, Inc.'s crop nutrition division to form The Mosaic Co., devoted to crop nutrition. Here's an earlier and later IMC Cylindrical Hopper livery from Full Throttle.
Collector Pack #20
Pittsburgh & West Virginia
#FT-3022/3023   P&WV
• 33' 2-Bay Offset-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea. • $42.00
Set #1: Road #382, 413 (black) • October 2010
Set #2: Road #386, 418 (black) • October 2010
Any 2-Pack

$42.00
Set #1 + Set #2

$84.00
Set #1

$42.00
Set #2

$42.00
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
The  Pittsburgh & West Virginia Railway  (PWV) operated in the Pittsburgh, PA and Wheeling, WV areas. It was originally built as a Pittsburgh extension of the Wabash Railroad, and earned autonomy in 1908. In 1931 it became part of the "Alphabet Route," an independent consortium of Rail Lines conceived to link the Midwest USA (Chicago, St. Louis, and Great Lakes ports) to the Northeast USA (Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston), in order to compete with the larger Railroads (Erie, Pennsy, and New York Central) that had already established direct routes. The name "Alphabet Route" referred to the "alphabet soup" of initials used by members for their respective Rail Lines i.e.: Nickel Plate (NYC&StL), W&LE, P&WV, WM, RDG, CNJ, L&HR, and NYNH&H. Norfolk & Western Railway leased many of the Lines involved with the Alphabet Route in '64, and the P&WV was leased to the new spinoff Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway in 1990, just months before the N&W was merged into the Norfolk Southern Railway. The W&LE has trackage through Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania and leased CSX trackage after the Conrail splitup. W&LE lines interchange with three major Class I Railroads, CN, CSX and NS. Most 40's burnt orange paint schemes of the P&WV were repainted black during repairs after the early 50's, but some remained intact and could be seen through the 60's.
Collector Pack #33
New York Central Railroad
#FT-2018/3029   NYC
• 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side/Offset-Side Hoppers
  $42.00 retail ea.
Set #1: #838078 Red, 867828 Black • June 2013
Set #1

 
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
The New York Central Railroad (NYC), headquartered in New York City, utilized extensive trackage in the US states of NY, PA, OH, MI, IA, IL, and MA, plus additional trackage in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec. The railroad primarily connected New York and Boston in the East with Chicago and St.Louis in the Midwest along with the all the large intermediate cities in between. The NYC's Grand Central Station Terminal in New York City is one of its best known extant landmarks. Much NYC trackage followed rivers or lake shorelines, and having no significant grades influenced it's advertising and locomotive designs. The famous Water Level Route of the NYC, from New York City to "Upstate" was the first four-track long-distance railroad in the world. 
In 1968 the NYC merged with its former rival, the Pennsylvania Railroad to form Penn Central (NYNH&H joined in 1969). That company soon went bankrupt, was taken over by the federal government merging into Conrail in 1976. Conrail was broken up in 1998, and portions of its system was transferred to both CSX and Norfolk Southern. Those companies' lines included the original New York Central main line, but outside that area it included lines that were never part of the New York Central system. CSX was able to take one of the most important main lines in the nation which runs from Buffalo, New York, to Chicago, Illinois, called the Chicago line. The Chicago double main line is one of only a couple US lines that connect the East and West coasts and runs over 200 trains a day with Toledo, Ohio, being the busiest crew change point on the entire CSX system.
Collector Pack #34
Full Throttle Summer '13 ~ 15th ANNIVERSARY
#FT-3036   FT 15th ANNIVERSARY
• 33' 2-Bay Offset-Side Hoppers
  $44.00 retail ea. • $44.00
Set #1: #30001 Yellow, #30002 Blue • July 2013
Set #2: #30003 Red, #30004 Green • July 2013
Set #1

 
Set #2

$42.00
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
After being involved with Z Scale Railroading for a decade, in 1998, William Dean Wright, "Uncle Will," decided to become a Distributor for this enticing hobby.  Thus, Full Throttle was born.  Eventually, affiliations with PennZee, Freudenreich, and Father Nature led to many promotional, photographic and marketing pursuits.  Along the way it became necessary to create our own trucks and couplers, and "Will's Metal Wheels" were popularized! With friendships of Hay Bros. Garage and NZT, new products and body-styles are on the work bench, today.  Full Throttle is very grateful for all the support given by you, our patrons, and offers this nifty 15-Year "Anniversary" Twin-Hopper 4-pk. in celebration!  Thanks! Faithfully, Will
Collector Pack #40
Chesapeake and Ohio
#FT-4002/5002   Chesapeake & Ohio
• 1 x 40' 3-Bay 70-Ton Rib-Side Hopper
• 1 x 40' 3-Bay 70-Ton Offset-Side Hopper
  $46.00 retail ea. • $46.00
Set #1: #C&O  101263, C&O  79388 • January 2017
Set #1

$46.00
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
One of the most popular Lines in model railroading is  Chesapeake and Ohio , the C&O !  FT  has produced Z Scale 70-ton Offset and Rib-Side Hoppers for Post WWII Era runners.  "Progress" was the new catch-word for this modernization period, and every facet of the C&O was brought up-to-date as it entered the futuristic "Diesel Age!"
Collector Pack #41
Missouri Pacific Railroad • MoPac
#FT-3032/4026   MoPac
• 1 x 33' 2-Bay Offset-Side Hopper
• 1 x 40' 3-Bay 70-Ton Offset-Side Hopper
  $46.00 retail ea. • $46.00
Set #1: #33' MP 59335, 40' MP 61534 • April 2017
Set #1

$46.00
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
The Missouri Pacific Railroad (MP), aka MoPac, was one of the first railroads in the USA west of the Mississippi River. Headquartered in St. Louis, MoPac grew from dozens of predecessors and mergers and ran throughout Arkansas, Colorado, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas, claiming 13,318 miles of track in 1967, not including that of several of it's major subsidiaries! MoPac operated a fleet of more than 1,500 diesel locomotives, hauling grain, TOFC (Trailer on Flat Car), coal, ore, autos and dry goods. MoPac's premier passenger trains were collectively known as "Eagles." In 1980 the Missouri Pacific Railroad was purchased by the Union Pacific Railroad, and merged with the Western Pacific Railroad in 1982, creating the largest system in its day, the "Pacific Rail Systems." Because of lawsuits and outstanding bonds, the merger didn't become official until 1997.
Collector Pack #42
CSX Heritage
#FT-2029/2032   CSX Heritage
• 1 x 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hopper
• 1 x 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hopper
  $44.00 retail ea. • $44.00
Set #1: #ACL 80223, #SAL 36239 • July 2017
Set #1

$44.00
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
The Atlantic Coast Line (ACL) and Seaboard Air Line (SAL) were two great Southeastern USA Railroads. Long in competition, they joined forces in 1967 to form Seaboard Coast Line Railroad. Acquiring the Piedmont and Northern RR shortly after, headquarters were in both Richmond, VA and Jacksonville, FL. The ACL with double track lines contributed greatly to Florida's economic growth and population, while the SAL hauled produce and goods through the entire South. In 1983 the SCL became Seaboard System RR after a merger with the Louisville and Nashville RR and Clinchfield RR. For some years prior, the SCL and L&N had been under common ownership and the company's railroads were known as the Family Lines System which consisted of the L&N, SCL, Clinchfield and West Point Routes. During this time, the railroads adopted the same paint schemes but continued to operate as separate railroads. In 1980, Family Lines System and Chessie System combined, evolving as Seaboard System and in 1986 finally became CSX Transportation. Here's two hoppers from the CSX past that would be comfortable in a consist with a myriad of Eastern USA rolling stock!
Collector Pack #44
Colorado and Southern RR
#FT-2021/2050   Colorado
• 1 x 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hopper
• 1 x 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hopper
  $44.00 retail ea. • $44.00
Set #1: #C&S 18192, #CBQ 18089 • June 2018
Set #1

$44.00
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
Coal mining in Colorado, originally, was spread across the State, but currently, 11 active mines in the West rank it tenth in US coal production. The Colorado and Southern RR served CO, WY, NM, and TX from 1898-1908 when the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy RR bought it's rights. It ran independently until 1970 when it was absorbed by the Burlington Northern RR which eventually merged with ATSF RR to become BNSF RR. In the second half of the 20th century, the expansion of the Powder River Basin of MT and WY, one of the largest coal regions in the world, fueling over 40% of our nation's power plants, was instrumental for Railroad consolidations and Big Railroad coal freight action. The C&S and CB&Q via the BN RR became huge players in supplying our entire Midwest Power Grid with the commodity! Supplying even Canada and the UK, major coal companies such as PEABODY, have mines and hopper traffic throughout the area shipping worldwide. Here are two hoppers from the Steam to Diesel Era of coal railroading in Colorado!
Collector Pack #45
Chesapeake Bay
#FT-COL-45   Chesapeake Bay
• 1 x 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hopper
• 1 x 33' 2-Bay Offset-Side Hopper
  $44.00 retail ea. • $44.00
Set #1: #C&0 63595, #B&0 638738 • August 2018
Set #1

$44.00
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
The Baltimore and Ohio and the Chesapeake and Ohio were two vast and prolific early Railroads originating from the Chesapeake Bay Area of the Eastern USA. Successful and renowned for Freight and Passenger Services far into our National Heartland, and over the years acquiring the rights to many smaller Rail Lines, they merged themselves in the latter part of the 20th century to form the Chessie System, which eventually morphed into the great CSX Transportation Corporation and Railroad. The B&O and C&O were both eminent haulers of coal from the Appalachian Mt. chain of the Eastern USA, and unloaded at the most prominent docks on the East Coast, for export around the world. Here's a Twin Hopper of each Railroad from before and just after their merger to form the Chessie System!
Collector Pack #46
Central Vermont Railway • Boston and Maine
#FT-COL-46   CV & B&M
• 1 x 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hopper
• 1 x 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hopper
  $44.00 retail ea. • $44.00
Set #1: #CV 30024, #B&M 7063 • November 2018
      • Central Vermont Railway • Boston and Maine
Set #1

$44.00
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
The Central Vermont Railway (CV) chartered in 1843, operated in the New England states of Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New York as well as the Canadian province of Quebec. Central Vermont operated until 1995. The Boston and Maine Railroad (B&M) offered freight and passenger service through most of New England and New York from 1836 through 1983.
Collector Pack #48
Virginian Railway • Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway
#FT-COL-48   Coalers of the VA's
• 2 x 40' 3-Bay 70-Ton Rib-Side Hoppers
  $46.00 retail ea. • $46.00
Coalers of the Virginias
Set #1: #VGN 5263, #WE 2035 • February 2020
Set #1
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
With the expanding economy and industry after WWI, the necessity for larger coal cars than the typical 50-ton hoppers became apparent. Coal-fired electric plants became omnipresent and improvements in railcar technology led to a 70-ton, 3-bay hopper car, useful throughout the 20th Century!
The Virginian Railway (VGN) was created in 1907 to haul quality "smokeless" Bituminous coal from previously untapped southern West Virginia mines through Virginia to it's Atlantic ports at Hampton Roads! With it's fleet of Fairbanks-Morse diesels, the VGN became the model of efficiency, and admired by the N&W RR, merged with them in 1959. Eventually, as part of the Norfolk Southern, the VGN was mothballed in 2015 because of the lack in demand for coal shipments.
Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway (WE) is a regional freight railroad providing service in West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania. W&LE lines interchange with three major railroads (Canadian National Railway, CSX Transportation, and Norfolk Southern Railway). Many of it's major commodities remain the same as in the early days: coal, iron ore, steel and aggregates.
Collector Pack #49
Pennsylvania Railroad • Pennsylvania ~ Reading Seashore Lines
#FT-COL-49   PRR & PRSL
• 1 x PRR 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hopper
• 1 x PRSL 33' 2-Bay Offset-Side Hopper
  $44.00 retail ea. • $44.00
Set #1: #PRR 220307, #PRSL 17903 • April 2020
Set #1
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
The Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) was founded in 1846. Commonly referred to as "Pennsy," the PRR was headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Pennsy, an early giant, set standards for railroading in North America!
In 1933, the New Jersey Transit Authority convinced the Pennsylvania and Reading Railroads to consolidate in order to run their routes through Central and Southern New Jersey, thus creating the Pennsylvania ~ Reading Seashore Lines (PRSL). PRSL accumulated a small fleet of EMD GP-38s to carry freight and passengers throughout NJ, especially to the summer seashore spots of Atlantic City, Ocean City, Wildwood, and Cape May. Doodlebugs and RDCs ultimately became common passenger carriers for the Line. PRSL properties were conveyed to CONRAIL in 1976.
Collector Pack #50       Set #1
Pennsylvania Dutch Anthraciters • Lehigh Valley / Reading
#FT-COL-50-1   LV & Reading • Set #1
• 1 x LV 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hopper
• 1 x RDG 33' 2-Bay Offset-Side Hopper
  $44.00 retail ea. • $44.00
Set #1: #LV 25276, #RDG 64283 • June 2020
Set #1
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
During the 18th and 19th centuries, many Germans fleeing oppression and war in their homeland emigrated to Pennsylvania, USA, encouraged by William Penn's promise of land and religious freedom. The "PA DUTCH" as they were to become known, settled mainly in the PA Counties just below the Blue Mountains whose natural scenery was reminiscent of the lands from which they had departed. The area north of the mountains became known as "Coal Country" encompassing the largest Anthracite Coal Fields in North America! Eventually, the coal became of prime importance, leading the area and it's hard-working population into steel production, and other heavy industry. And, of course, Railroads were needed to transport the "Black Diamonds" from the mines and breakers to the factories and home-heating distributors, as well as the products created, to the major cities of the Northeast USA. Two great coaling/freight railroads emerged from this "DUTCH COUNTRY" area. The LEHIGH VALLEY RR, headquartered in Allentown/Bethlehem and the READING RR, from Reading in Berks County. Myriad "PA DUTCHMEN" worked these local railroads lending an ethnic bent.
Collector Pack #50       Set #2
Pennsylvania Dutch Anthraciters • Lehigh Valley / Reading
#FT-COL-50-2   LV & Reading • Set #2
• 1 x LV 33' 2-Bay Rib-Side Hopper
• 1 x RDG 33' 2-Bay Offset-Side Hopper
  $44.00 retail ea. • $44.00
Set #2: #LV 25297, #RDG 64366 • October 2020
This is an exclusive Set #2, of COL-50, sold only at zscalemonster.com.
Set #2
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
During the 18th and 19th centuries, many Germans fleeing oppression and war in their homeland emigrated to Pennsylvania, USA, encouraged by William Penn's promise of land and religious freedom. The "PA DUTCH" as they were to become known, settled mainly in the PA Counties just below the Blue Mountains whose natural scenery was reminiscent of the lands from which they had departed. The area north of the mountains became known as "Coal Country" encompassing the largest Anthracite Coal Fields in North America! Eventually, the coal became of prime importance, leading the area and it's hard-working population into steel production, and other heavy industry. And, of course, Railroads were needed to transport the "Black Diamonds" from the mines and breakers to the factories and home-heating distributors, as well as the products created, to the major cities of the Northeast USA. Two great coaling/freight railroads emerged from this "DUTCH COUNTRY" area. The LEHIGH VALLEY RR, headquartered in Allentown/Bethlehem and the READING RR, from Reading in Berks County. Myriad "PA DUTCHMEN" worked these local railroads lending an ethnic bent.
Collector Pack #51
Burlington Northern Railroad & Great Northern Railway
#FT-COL-51   Aluminum Grainers   2-Pack
• 51' ACF Cylindrical Hoppers
  $54.00 retail ea. • $54.00
Set #1: #BN 445056, GN 71596 • September 2020
Set #1

 
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
After WWII, American Car and Foundry (ACF) designed a tank-type "Center Flow" covered hopper car. Here was a "Freight Car for the Future," ready to transport sugar, cement, sand, salt, fertilizers, many types of grains, coke, starch, feeds, chemicals and plastics! Some Railroads of our Northwest Plains experimented with Aluminum bodies to cut down on costs of interstate grain shipping.
Great Northern Railway was a colorful transcontinental Rail Line (1857-1970) which ran from Chicago northward along the USA/Canada border, serving both nations, and to Washington, Oregon and California on our West Coast. It's famous herald was of a mountain goat within a circle. It eventually merged with NP, CB&Q, and SP&S to form the Burlington Northern Railroad until 1996 when the BN merged with ATSF to become BNSF.
The Burlington Northern Railroad was formed in 1970 from the merger of four large railroads, Great Northern, Northern Pacific, Spokane, Portland and Seattle, and the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy. It serviced the Central US, most of the Midwestern States, and the Pacific Northwest. It purchased the ATSF in 1996 to become BNSF, Burlington Northern Santa Fe, one of the four major railroads in the USA!
Collector Pack #52
Reading Blue Mountain & Northern Railroad (RBMN) • AKA: Reading & Northern Railroad
#FT-COL-52   RBMN   2-Pack
• Full Throttle / Pennzee 100-Ton Hoppers
  $54.00 retail ea. • $54.00
Set #1: #RBMN 7246, RBMN 7439 • December 2020
Set #1

 
• Hay Brothers detailed loads
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
Founded in 1983, headquartered in Port Clinton, PA, the Reading Blue Mountain and Northern Railroad (RBMN), AKA: Reading and Northern Railroad, is a contemporary regional railroad operating in eastern Pennsylvania. The RBMN provides freight service on 300 miles of track, with it's mainline consisting of the Reading Division between Reading and Packerton and the Lehigh Division between Lehighton and Dupont. The RBMN carries anthracite coal from the mines north of Reading, and runs passenger excursions along it's picturesque system. The Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway (LGSR) is a tourist railroad that operates passenger excursions along the RBMN between Jim Thorpe and Lehigh Gorge State Park. The RBMN also hosts such trips from Reading and Port Clinton to Jim Thorpe. In 2010, due to natural gas drilling in northeastern PA, RBMN expanded operations, refurbishing the Pittston Yard, near Wilkes-Barre and purchasing several new locomotives.
Collector Pack #53
Wayne Feeds   •   Purina Chows
#FT-COL-53   Farm Feed   2-Pack
• 51' ACF Cylindrical Hoppers
  $54.00 retail ea.
Set #1: #SHPX 62248, SHPX 61323 • January 2021
Set #1

 
• Full Throttle's Bowser Buckler Trucks
• Blackened Metal wheels
• Knuckle Couplers
A proponent of feed supplements for animal husbandry, Dale Wilmore McMillen founded Wayne Feeds and Central Soya producing a concentrate of soy protein, vitamins and minerals lacking in regular feed. Wayne Feeds merged with American Milling Co., a soybean crushing mill, in 1929 to form Allied Mills. In 1894, William H. Danforth began producing feed for various farm animals under the name Purina Mills. The predominant brand for each animal was generally referred to as "Chow"; hence there was "Purina" Horse, Dog, Cat, Rabbit, Pig and even Monkey "Chow". in 1902, he merged with university professor Webster Edgerly, a producer of breakfast cereals, to form the "Ralston Purina Co.". In 1998 it was purchased by Koch Industries and in 2001 by Land O'Lakes. Here are two covered cylindrical hoppers which carried these products to distributors across the USA.
Need specific load styles to suit your layout?     Hay Brothers produces many different and very realistic styles available separately.
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