Lionel 6-13004 Standard Gauge Hiawatha passenger set with loco, TMCC,smoke,sound

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 31,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

All items offered for sale are auction goods from consignments and or estate sales and as such we do not always know the previous history.We ship items promptly.Tracking appears in Paypal details.. Use E-bay message system for questions and be prepared to wait 24 hours for reply. We combine shipping on all orders if you wait for invoice. Payment required in 7 days from auction end and Non paying bidder reminder will be sent after 7 days. Direct Credit Card payments can be made by calling the store between 12 pm and 5 pm CST Tuesday-Saturday. Wisconsin residents are charged 5.6% sales tax up for auction is a Lionel Trains Set No. 6-13004, 2001 Milwaukee Road, Hiawatha Passenger set , Milwaukee 4-6-4 steam loco, and passenger cars. . Some of the features of this set include Hiawatha Loco and tender with Express car, Coach, Diner and Beaver Tail observation. Set comes with Tinplate construction, die cast loco frame, Dual High-Torque Pittman motors, and Trainmaster Command control system. Railsound system, Fan-driven smoke unit and operating headlight also included. Set is 11 7/12 inch in length, owned this set since new and ran around Christmas tree last year, that is it, everything works and all in near to new condition with box, packing,instructions and master cartons, ships is 2 large boxes, will be insured and nothing can be combined with this item

<. Return Policy: Returns are accepted as long as the item is in the condition sent, the transaction is cancelled, and the buyer pays return shipping costs. Shipment Policy: All items are sent via the USPS prority mail or Parcel post for items 4 pounds or more within 48 hours of receipt of payment.. All packages are sent with delivery confirmation. International shipping has been suspended until further notice due to delivery and buyers issues. Source of Items: All trains come from consignments, so that the item's history is unknown. Please note that these grading standards make no claims about the train's operational capabilities.If we say test run that means the loco was placed on a piece of track and briefly tested to ensure motor works and it moves. Sound systems and DCC systems cannot be tested unless we specify it has been. All Items, including N.O.S. (new-old-stock), are graded and represented as vintage collectibles. Operational ability and characteristics or completeness of vintage motors, mechanisms, wiring, bulbs etc are not guaranteed. We do not test couplers for operation. We try to note any obvious missing parts, defects or restorations in the description. If we miss something, pictures will govern and it is the responsibility of bidder to ask for clarification prior to bidding. All items are sold As-Is. If test results are stated in the listing, no warranty is implied. Results are from simple bench-testing to help determine if mechanism is intact. Bidders should email with any questions/clarifications prior to bidding on the item. Digital photography may distort image. The item is straight unless noted otherwise in the listing. Bidding signifies that you have read the entire listing, agree with all terms and conditions and will pay in acceptable funds within 5-days of auction close. Winning bidder must reply within Ebay requirements.

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