IN BOX LIONEL ALASKA COAL DUMP CAR 6-36765

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
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  • Sold Date: Feb 11,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction
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IN BOX LIONEL ALASKA COAL DUMP CAR 6-36765

Diecast Metal Trucks & Couplers Diecast Metal Frame Coal Load O Scale

Lionel Model #6-36765. Comes to us in it's original box, complete. Train has been displayed/ran but well taken care of. Box is in good shape, bottom of box has a bevel in it from storage.

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