--- In STMFC@yahoogroups.com, "Charlie Vlk" <cvlk@...> wrote:
Jim Conway. Jim's first location for Con-Cor was next door to Trains, Inc.. The secondlocation
was in Bensenville, just west of ORD..The item in
question sounds like it may be a Q NE12 waycar, but I'm not sure that they did thatmodel.
They did do a Q wood waycar. The NE12 has a streamlined, slanted contour offsetcupola on a
welded seam roof and carbody. Some GN prototype cars were also produced so it maybe one of them.
Betty as a clerk
in the office (later as accountant and office manager) and Harry as a telephone salesmanfor the distribution
to Hobby Shops. Both have passed away and JMC was closed down and the remaininginventory and
business shipped down to Con-Cor's Tucson, AZ location.And, of course, Jim is also in the process of retiring.
(one-time dealer for Con-Cor)