50s RARE COMPLETE O/S PLASTICVILLE COALING STATION W/OB

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 20,2010
  • Channel: Online Auction
“That Plasticville Guy" - HOTDOG4

GET A HEAD START ON THE PLASTICVILLE BIDDING WARS . BID WHILE THE COMPETION IS NOT AS FIERCE AS IT WILL BE AS WE APPROACH THE HOLIDAY SEASON .

HERE'S A CHANCE FOR A GREAT HOLIDAY GIFT FOR THAT SPECIAL SOMEONE! THIS AUCTION IS FOR THE COLLECTOR OR FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO COMPLETE THEIR TRAIN LAYOUT & COMMUNITIES. S/H = 6.50. PLEASE WAIT FOR INVOICE BEFORE PAYING ; ESPECIALLY IF YOUR ARE PURCHASING SEVERAL ITEMS. I WOULD ALSO STRONGLY SUGGEST THAT YOU INCLUDE $1.85 FOR INSURANCE FOR EACH $50.00 AS I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE INCURRED BY THE POST OFFICE. ITEMS WILL BE MAILED OUT IMMEDIATELY AFTER I RECEIVE PAYMENT. ALL FORMS OF PAYMENT ARE ACCEPTED.

Item

THIS IS A NICE, ORIGINAL, RARE, PLASTICVILLE 027/S OR OGAUGE COALING STATION FROM THE 1950s WITH THE ORIGINAL BOX .

Color

BROWN SIDES AND A DARK GREY ROOF

Item #

1975

Gauge

O, O27, S GAUGE

Condition

THE COALING STATION IS IN LIKE NEW CONDITION. THE STATION IS CLEAN AND COMPLETE. NOTHING IS BROKEN, GLUED OR CRACKED. ALSO, IT IS VERY DIFFICULT TO FIND THIS ITEM WITH ALL 20 PARTS INCLUDED.

Accessories

THE COALING STATION COMES IN ITS OWN, ORIGINAL BOX, WHICH IS IN VERY NICE SHAPE. THE ORIGINAL PARTS & INSTRUCTION SHEET IS ALSO INCLUDED.

Comments

THIS WOULD ALSO MAKE A NICE ADDITION FOR ANY TRAIN COLLECTOR; FOR YOURSELF OR AS A GIFT FOR THAT SPECIAL TRAIN ENTHUSIAST. WHAT LAYOUT EXISTS WITHOUT A NICE PLASTICVILLE COALING STATION FROM THE 1950s? THE STARTING BID IS REASONABLE. WINNING BIDDER PAYS S/H.

EMAIL me with any questions. I’ll be glad to discuss whatever is on your mind.

My reasonable starting bid gives you a chance for a real deal. Winning bidder pays s/h. Check out my feedback ratings for customer satisfaction. Also check out my other Plasticville auctions and SAVE ON THE S/H CHARGES IF YOU WIN MORE THAN ONE AUCTION. THE 2nd ITEM IS $1.00 AND EACH ADDITIONAL ITEM AFTER YOUR 2nd WIN IS ONLY $.50 MORE. PLESE DO NOT USE THE EBAY CHECK OUT SYSTEM UNTIL YOU RECEIVE MY INVOICE; ESPECIALLY IF YOU WIN MORE THAN ONE ITEM BECAUSE I GIVE S/H DISCOUNTS . Shipping charges are for U.S. residents only. Others should contact me with their location so I can calculate shipping costs. if you use paypal, please wait until i inform you of the s/h charges.

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