American Flyer O Gauge NPR Switcher Train set w/box

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 23,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction
This is a American Flyer O Gauge Number 4113 Rare Boxed train set complete. The Nickel Plate Road 0 8 0 switcher is in VG Plus condition. It does not run the wire from the tender to the engine is gone and the brushes are gone. All eight drive wheels are intact and not broken, there are cracks in all the wheels but nothing major. The frame has very minor warpage and is solid. The wheels still turn freely. The linkage is nice and no rust. The boiler has some paint flaking, but is all straight and solid. The is a break in one of the running boards by the boiler front, the wire that runs from the pilot to the board is holding it in place. The wire on the other side is missing. The draw bar mount on the boiler side looks like it was remounted and reglued back on. It does have a operating headlight and a rear operating headlight in the tender. The tender shell is nice and there is no rust. It does have some warpage on one side of the tender, but still solid. The lettering is nice and crisp. It does have the coupler bar on the pilot. The rear diecast coupler works good and is not broken. The engine is very heavy. The 478 Box car is in VG plus condition and is all complete no surface rust. The 480 Shell tank car is in VG PLus condition decals are nothing flaking. The 483 Girder car is in Excellent condition and the girder is nice and nothing warp, the paint is nice and crisp. The 484 Caboose in in VG plus condition and is lighted, one coupler is broken. The engine box is in nice condition nothing is torn, and the stamping is not fading out. The other four boxes are in VG condition. The Set box is in Poor condition all four corners are split and have been taped. If you have any questions, please e-mail me. Shipping will be $21.00

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