Kris Primo Hawaiian Beer Rolling Stock

Primo was Hawaii's original beer, dating back to 1897. The late Jim Sattler, who owned Honolulu Trains and Hobbies, received permission to use the Primo Hawaiian Beer logo and asked Andy Kriswalus to make 36 Primo cars. There were three sets of 12 cars each, which sold out quickly. The first three cars pictured represent what was in that original order. The fourth and fifth photos are extras that were made. None of the cars below were described in the Kris Model Trains chapter of Greenberg's Guide to Kusan Trains.

Kris Primo Hawaiian Beer blue boxcar

This car was part of the original Jim Sattler order. Variation not documented in Greenberg's. Photo and description courtesy of the B. Batt collection.


Kris Primo Hawaiian Beer yellow and black boxcar

This car was part of the original Jim Sattler order. Variation not documented in Greenberg's. Photo and description courtesy of the B. Batt collection.


Kris Primo Hawaiian Beer yellow and tuscan refrigerator car

This car was also part of the original Jim Sattler order. Variation not documented in Greenberg's. Photo and description courtesy of the B. Batt collection.


Kris Primo Hawaiian Beer yellow and blue boxcar with black lettering

This car was not included in the original Jim Sattler order. Black lettering variation not documented in Greenberg's. Photo and description courtesy of the B. Batt collection.


Kris Primo Hawaiian Beer yellow and blue boxcar with green lettering

Primo Hawaiian Beer 57810 boxcar; yellow; blue roof and ends; green lettering and logo; sliding yellow plug doors; half ladders. This car was not part of the original Jim Sattler order. Green lettering variation not documented in Greenberg's. Photo courtesy of the M. Smith collection.

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