C&NW Bi-Level Dining Car    $35.00

includes Shell, Underframe and End doors

  CNW bi-level diner
    The Chicago and North Western received new bi-level passenger cars in 1958 for use in intercity service between Chicago, Green Bay and points north. No new food service cars were ordered. However, the railroad chose to remodel two diners for use in the new trains. Thus two diners from the original streamlined 400 equipment were rebuilt with false roofs and new electrical systems to match the new cars.

CNW diner castings
    Parts should be washed in Mineral Spirits in order to remove the mold release compound. They are cast in gray resin. End doors were cast as separate pieces to make painting them easier since the car ends are green and the doors should be silver.