When Hallmark's 1970, Catalog #2 hit the hobby stores, I was delighted to see all of the Frisco power listed with in its pages. The locomotives listed were for the most part vaporware, a term not known at that time. The catalog was just a tool that Hallmrk used to gauge the interest of the HO scale hobbyist. As far as the Frisco locomotives go, Hallmark did a relatively good job of producing what it promised. Most of the models promised in the book were delivered within 10 years or so. The 4300 and 4400 mountains were not imported by Hallmark. Overland beat Bobbye Hall to the punch with those models. The big ten hundreds, never made it out of the vaporware. That's too bad; they would have been a natural to import with the 1306 2-8-0's. Notice the price for the 2 Frisco cabooses. They were going for a whopping $14.95. Of course at that time, one could buy one of Uncle Irv's shake the box kits for $1.50-2.50.