LIONEL #1033 TRANSFORMER - 90W - LIONEL CORD - TESTED AND WORKING - USED

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 24,2013
  • Channel: Online Auction
LIONEL #1033 TRANSFORMER - 90W - LIONEL CORD - TESTED AND WORKING - USED Grading: C7 - EXCELLENT
(LIONEL CORD) NOTE: TESTED & WORKING !!!
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TCA Standard Grading Scale: C1 Junk - Parts value only C2 Restoration required C3 Poor - Requires major body repair: heavily scratched, major rust, missing parts, major restoration candidate. C4 Fair - Scratched: moderate paint loss, may have dents, missing parts, surface rust, evidence of heavy use. C5 Good - Signs of play wear: May have scratches and minor paint loss; small dents; minor surface rust; evidence of heavy use. C6 Very Good (VG) - Minor scratches and paint nicks, minor spots of surface rust, free of dents, may have minor parts replaced. C7 Excellent - All Original: Minute scratches and paint nicks, no rust, no missing parts, no distortion of component parts. C8 Like New Complete and all original: No rust, no missing parts, may show affects of being on display and/or age, may have been run. C9 Factory New or Brand New: All original, unused, may evidence factory rubs and the slightest evidence of handling, shipping and having been test run at the factory. (Lionel test ran every engine they shipped!) C10 Mint - Brand New - All original, unused and unblemished.

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