Here are a couple of nice American Flyer cabooses that would look great running on your rails. The first is the AFL 930 caboose in tuscan that was made in between 1953 and 1957.. This is the TypeII body style. There is no rust at all on this car. The knuckle couplers work just fine and also the light operates. The paper window inserts are still intact, the break wheels are present and the cat walks are fine. As you can see from the pictures there are a few scratches on the roof and a few minor paint chips but what would you expect from a car this old. This would make a great running piece on your layout. The other is the AFL 24636 caboose made between 1961 till 1966 that is also in nice shape. Someone changed the trucks to operating knuckle coupler with the cinder trucks and one truck is missing the coupler. There is no broken plastic on this car and the end rails are fine. The lettering and numbers on both are great shape. These two cabooses will make great runners on your layout and will look great. The pictures show the condition of the cars well. Please Email any questions and I will answer the best I can.
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