This is an American Flyer 625 Shell Tank Car. This the 1947 version with no coupler weight. All original and in at least E- condition. Has nice crisp lettering. but does have some residue from flyer mold. This should clean off. Die cast base. Comes with Original box which does show some wear but the stamping is clear and readable. Please see the pictures for more detail.Payment is expected within 3 days of Auction Close. Ebays new policy requires Paypal only... I charge a $1.00 handling fee on all Domestic Packages, $2.00 for International . Any excess is refunded via Paypal. This money covers less than half of what I spend on boxes, flowpack, bubble wrap, etc.... If you think this is unfair PLEASE DO NOT BID !!!! Remember regardless of what the shipping calculator below says you will be paying actual shipping costs plus $1.00. If the cost is higher than the calculator I will pay the difference. If it is lower you get a refund. I will send out an invoice within 2 hours of the close of the auction. Please respond to this email within 24 hours so that I know the invoice has been recieved. I accept Paypal Only. INSURANCE IS OPTIONAL and will cost $1.70 for the first $50.00, $2.15 for items between $50.00 & $100.00, $100.00 to $200.00 is $2.60, $200.00 to $300.00 is $4.60 and $.95 for each $100.00 after that. Insurance is less with UPS. I am not responsible for damage caused in shipping and my shipping costs are non-negotiable. Although I do pack things very well if t is any shipping damage it is the buyers responsibility to file any and all claims with the PO. If the package was shipped UPS contact me and I will assist with your claim. I will combine shipping costs on multiple purchases when possible. This applies only for items purchased within the same week . If payment is not received in 4 days item may be resold and a non-paying bidder alert will be filed with ebay so that I can recover my ebay fees. Thank You .
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