We find many models issued post war but with the same type smooth wheels or chassis from the prewar period.
Many in fact I think most seem not to suffer from the fatigue, is this because the models were produced using an improved casting material but using the moulds from the prewar period?
I recognise that some stock may well have been left over, but the presence of fatigue in that stock may well have been the reason for upgrading the casting material.
Wondered a little here, the point I was getting at is the price list for the models available Christmas 1945, will be the models found with smooth wheels and pre war type chassiss.
As I do not have copies of the 1946, 47 or 48 price lists, cannot complete my summary sheet.