HO KEYSTONE METAL 2-TRUCK SHAY KIT w/ NWSL POWER KIT

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 01,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction

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HO KEYSTONE METAL 2-TRUCK SHAY KIT w/ NWSL POWER KIT
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Scale : HO

Mfg : Keystone / NWSL

Catalog #: 105

Description : All Metal 2-Truck Shay Locomotive Kit from Keystone w/ NWSL Power Kit

Un-Assembled Kit All parts and pieces are included Assembly Instructions included

Condition : Like New - Pre-Owned but never assembled

Comments : Original Boxes included

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