Atlas 147220 ATSF Texas Chief 40' Sliding Door Boxcar

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 20,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction
O Modern Freight Cars
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Atlas 147220 ATSF Texas Chief 40' Sliding Door Boxcar

Because this is a no reserve auction, the high bidder at the end of the auction will own this item.

This is an Atlas 147220 Atcheson, Topeka, and Santa Fe Texas Chief 40 Foot Sliding Door Boxcar. Features for this car include: a plastic shell, sliding plastic doors, plastic frame, plastic couplers, plastic wheels, plastic axles, underframe detail and it is Lionel compatible. This car has a few light scratches but the lettering is very crisp and the trucks and wheels look great. No box is included. Overall condition is Like New -. The Trainz SKU for this item is 3201495. Condition: Like New - TCA Grade: C-8 TCA Grading
Original Box: No Manufacturer: Atlas Model Number: 147220 Scale/Era: O Modern Model Type: Freight Cars Road Name: AT&SF
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