AHM's 1967-68 catalog includes the Rivarossi-made 1930 Smooth
Side Passenger Cars. The models appear to generally favor the Pennsy's Broadway Limited cars. The AHM 1967-68
includes a Broadway Limited logo on the pages detailing these cars. Delivery for the 1930 Smooth Side Passenger Cars
is stated as Fall 1967. AHM's 1967-68 catalog shows the Railway Post Office; Sleeper; Coach, Vista Dome Coach; and Observation.
Interestingly, AHM would later refer to these cars as "1930," but the 1967-68 catalog only labels the RPO as a 1930 car; the
others all carry a "1935" year. The original retail on the RPO; Sleeper; and Coach was $3.98. The Observation
first sold for $4.50 and the Vista Dome was the pricey car of the group at $4.95.
AHM's 1930 Smooth Side Passenger Cars make their final run
in the company's line with the 1981 product catalog. For '81, AHM features the cars available with interior and also
with interior and constant lighting. Rivarossi would offer the cars again under its own name following the AHM release.