The Santa Fe Observation Car No. 2410 was available in 1966 and would be the last of the 2400 Series Passenger Cars issued during the Post War Era.
The car body and roof are painted SILVER and it has a BLUE painted heat-stamped lettering. Unlike the previously issued No. 2406, this car is lighted by two lamps that are held in place by metal brackets that are also used to hold the roof to the body, and there are people silhouettes on the interior window inserts. It came with Type IV die-cast four-wheel passenger trucks equipped with magnetic couplers. There are no variations.
This car operates on both O Gauge and O27 Gauge track.