American Flyer 596 Water Tank For Restoration or Parts

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 13,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

Shipping | Policies American Flyer 596 Water Tank For Restoration or Parts
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Selling as pictured for either a restoration or for parts.

The motor worked when I powered it up and it lights up too.

Paint loss and some light rust in spots on side of tank

The mechanism is loose that operates the water spout.

A new paint job, and you will have a nice water tower.

See pics.

MY FIVE STAR SERVICE PLEDGE TO ALL OF MY BUYERS:
1. I will accurately describe EVERY item and fully disclose any/all defects with to the best of my ability.
2. I will answer all questions about any item I sell as soon as possible. I will communicate (email) when I ship your item.
3. I will ship your item either the same day or next day after your payment has arrived. I do NOT wait to ship. SEE YOUR SHIPPING LABEL FOR SHIPPING DATE.
4. I will keep my shipping/handling as low as possible, earning a FULL 5 stars for every item. I package all items with great care and I use new packaging materials to ensure safe transit of your item! Shipping & Handling Back to Top

I ship every day. I package all items very carefully for shipment. PLEASE -- SEE YOUR SHIPPING LABEL FOR THE DATE YOUR ITEM WAS SHIPPED. I SHIP IMMEDIATELY. THERE IS NO DELAY ON MY PART. IT IS NOT FAIR TO GIVE ME LESS THAN 5 STARS FEEDBACK ON SHIPPING TIME DUE TO POSTAL SERVICE PERFORMANCE.

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Policies RETURNS/REFUNDS Back to Top IMPORTANT INFO: RETURNS/REFUND POLICY--I will ONLY issue a refund if I have GROSSLY misrepresented an item. I will NOT issue a refund based on disagreements over subjective grading of an item. All items are fully pictured and described. The pictures are the actual item you are bidding on.
PAYMENT Back to Top Please do NOT pay until the ebay invoice has been received.
Shipping AND handling Back to Top DEAR BUYERS: Please understand that shipping your item is more than just the actual postage cost!!
Shipping and handling charges are VERY REASONABLE --FIVE STARS and include a small charge for boxes, packing materials, envelopes, etc. I package all items that I sell with great care. As a result, I buy packing peanuts, bubblewrap, special boxes and other shipping materials to use to ship items. The shipping and handling fees listed help cover these costs.
I want ONLY happy, satisfied customers who can give me a FULL 5 stars for shipping/handling (and all of the other categories too) I will combine shipping whenever possible. If the items can be shipped together without damage, the shipping charges will be reduced for the second item when ebay invoice is sent.
Packaging Back to Top To cover you and me, I package EVERY item I sell so that it meets the criteria of the USPS to scan for delivery confirmation. All items that I ship will have delivery confirmation. You can track your package by going to the order details page. I sometimes use FEDEX Home Delivery for large items to save you money on shipping and handling.
FEEDBACK Back to Top Most buyers are unaware that eBay bases a monthly fee discount on a Seller's "Star" rating. A monthly average of "4.6 Stars" (in any one of the four "Star" categories) costs me approximately $200 in additional eBay Fees - that's $200 above what I would pay if I had a "4.9 Star" average in all 4 "Star" categories!! As a consequence I hope you do not find it rude to ask that if you are happy with my items, my service, and my packing & shipping please be sure to use the "Star" rating system and remember that a "5 Star" rating is the only way I can qualify for eBay's fee reduction program. Thanks in advance!
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