High Grade Lionel Train Set No. 2227W, 2353 Santa Fe, 6356 6468 ++ (DAKOTApaul)
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Here is wonderful set of high grade Lionel "0" gauge postwar trains. The "Golden West Special" No. 2227W from 1954. It features a pair of Lionel No. 2353 F-3 Santa Fe AA units. Also, included are the freights - No. 3562 Gray Painted Operating Barrel car, the No. 6356 Yellow painted NYC scale-modeled Stock Car, the rare No. 6456 Red Glossy Lehigh Valley Hopper Car with yellow lettering, the No. 6468 Baltimore & Ohio Automobile Car, and the painted No. 6417 illuminated Caboose. Additionally, we have the scarce Set Box, all individual boxes a USC and some paperwork. Condition is like new as seen in the pictures below (and please The 2353 Santa Fe's are beautiful. Red is bright and the silver still has luster. Decals are 95%. We put it on a track and they run fine. The freights all are in extremely nice condition, all look virtually unrun. The boxes are just as nice. The engine boxes have their interior linings. The set box is just how you want it nice and clean with little wear. I think the pictures tell the story, and please ask any questions. Don't miss this set, one of the better seen from this time period. Buyer pays shipping (Insurance is included in the shipping and handling fees for an estimated final value of $5000). Please check out my other items currently listed, and save on shipping.
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