American Flyer Set 4 O Gauge Passenger Cars 1621G 22 +
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Here is a great set of early American Flyer O Gauge Passenger Cars. This is a Set of (3) Green No. 1621G Cars, and a 1622G Observation Car. Comes with four original Flyer boxes. You won't find these cars in much better condition. Nice and clean with just a few marks. Decals are in great shape - trucks and wheels clean. Boxes have some tape and missing an end flap on one. A great set from the late 1930s. Don't miss. Buyer pays shipping (Insurance is included in the shipping and handling fees for items over $300). Please check out my other items currently listed, and save on shipping.
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