Lionel 3464 NYC Operating Boxcar EX-

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jun 12,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction
O Postwar Operating Cars
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Lionel 3464 NYC Operating Boxcar EX-

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This is a Lionel 3464 New York Central Operating Boxcar from 1949-52. When activated by a magnetic uncoupling track (not included), the door opens and the figure pops out. This boxcar features sliding doors, die-cast metal trucks, die-cast metal operating knuckle couplers, metal wheels and axles. It is in nice shape, complete with no broken or missing parts. It has a few scratches and nicks on the body. There are no broken edges or deep mars in the body, but there are a few too many nicks to consider this item Excellent. However, the paint and lettering is complete and has not faded. It is all original with no reproduction parts. Inspected by both our in-house Lionel Postwar experts and by our Authorized Lionel Service Station, we guarantee this item is completely functional and operable. Please see the inspection card for details. Overall condition is Excellent-minus. Overall condition is Excellent -. The Trainz SKU for this item is 3293135. Condition: Excellent - TCA Grade: C-7 TCA Grading
Original Box: No Manufacturer: Lionel Model Number: 3464 Scale/Era: O Postwar Model Type: Operating Cars Road Name: NYC Years Manufactured: 1949-1952
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