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Streamline Coach
Atlantic Coast Line
No. T521-H -1961

Streamline Coach
Baltimore & Ohio The Royal Blue
No. T521-A -1960 Release

Streamline Coach
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
No. T521-F -1961 Release

Streamline Coach
Canadian National
No. T521-L -1967 Release

Streamline Coach
Canadian Pacific
No. T521-B -1960 Release

Streamline Coach
Denver & Rio Grande
No. T521-G -1961 Release

Streamline Coach
New Haven
No. T521-C -1960 Release

Streamline Coach
Penn Central

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Streamline Coach
No. T521-E -1961 Release

Streamline Coach
Santa Fe 
No. T521-D
No. T521-DC Chrome Plated

Streamline Coach
Southern Railway
No. T521-J -1962 Release

Streamline Coach
Union Pacific
No. T521-K -1962 Release

TYCO no longer lists individual roadnames for its passenger cars beginning with the 1968-69 and continuing in the 1969-70 and 1970-71 catalogs. The Penn Central passenger cars are featured in the 1970-71 catalog without information regarding their letter designation.

The kits also disappear with the 1968-69 catalog.

Listed as "Streamline Dual Lighted Coach Car," this passenger car had retail price of $4.98 in the 1960, 1961, 1962-63, 1963-64, 1964-65, 1965-66, 1966-67, 1967-68 and 1968-69 catalogs. The price for this car is listed as $5.00 in the 1969-70 and 1970-71 catalogs.

The 1963-64 TYCO Catalog adds a kit version, #K521A thru #K521K, selling for $2.79 for this car. The kit version is again found in the 1964-65, 1965-66 and 1966-67 catalogs selling for $2.79. The kits, #K521A thru #K521L, are priced at $3.29 in the 1967-68 catalog.

TYCO lists an "Aluminum Body Passenger Car Kit" for the Coach, #K505, in the 1964-65, 1965-66 and 1966-67 catalogs priced at $4.98. The aluminum car kit, #K505, is priced at $5.98 in the 1967-68 catalog.

A "Metalized Chrome" version of this passenger car is available in two roadnames, B&O(#T521AC) and Santa Fe(#T521DC), selling for $5.98 as a Ready-To-Run model only in the 1964-65 and 1965-66 catalogs. The Southern Railway, #T521JC, is added to the chromed cars in 1965-66.