Lionel FREIGHT RUNNER Freight Train Set, NICE.. (358)

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 19,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction
(358) From 1987 this is a Lionel 0/027 Gauge Southern Freight Runner Freight Train Set. The set is headed by Southern #18002 GP-9 Diesel Loco. This great loco is complete and in very good condition with the only problem being a small hairline crack at the one end screw hole and some very slight surface rust on the sheet metal chassis. The loco was bench tested, it does run but most likely could used a drop of oil. The 4 position electronic reverse unit works great, the loco is lighted. One of the knuckle couplers has a broken spring. The cars include a #16701 Southern Tool Car, a #16102 Southern Three Dome Tank Car, a Southern #16402 Coal Hopper, a Southern #16707 Dump Hopper that has trouble staying in the down position and finally a lighted #16504 Southern Caboose. The cars are all complete and have fully sprung die-cast trucks. Not all of the knuckle coupler springs work and the entire set is dusty from sitting on a layout. This great freight set could be added to your layout or collection as is or give it a quick dust off and make it look like new. High bidder agrees to pay U.S.P.S. Priority Mail shipping and handling which includes Delivery Confirmation in the United States (8 pounds). Out of country International Priority rates are higher. Please remember your are dealing with a 30+ year old toy, please email any questions BEFORE you bid. DO NOT BID IF YOU DO NOT INTEND TO BUY!!! Please Check our other train items currently listed on the ebay auction. CHECK OUT OUR EBAY STORE FOR MORE GREAT ITEMS. If you are the high bidder on more than one auction ending within 5 days all items will be combined to save shipping costs. Payment for all items must be received within 5 business days.

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