MTH RAILKING #30-7928 OPERATING CRANE, 1999 MTHRRC, OB

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 11,2010
  • Channel: Online Auction

WE HAVE AN MTH RAILKING #30-7928 RAILROADERS CLUB OPERATING CRANE CAR THAT WAS ISSUED IN 1999. IT COMES IN THE ORIGINAL BOX WITH STYROFOAM NEST. THE CAR HAS BEEN RUN, IT HAS BEEN WELL CARED FOR AND IS IN LIKE NEW CONDITION. FEATURES INCLUDE: DIECAST METAL SPRUNG TRUCKS, DETAILED ABS BODY, OPERATING METAL COUPLERS AND ATTRACTIVELY DECORATED. I'M NOT SURE IF IT CAME WITH A KEY TO OPERATE THE BOOM AND HOOK, IF IT DID ITS NOT PRESENT. LOOKS LIKE A STANDARD HEX OR ALLEN WRENCH WILL DO THE JOB. PLEASE SEE MY OTHER AUCTIONS, CURRENT AND/OR FUTURE FOR MORE LIONEL, MARX, MTH AND AMERICAN FLYER TRAINS, PLUS ODDS AND ENDS.

THIS ITEM IS AS I RECEIVED IT, ITS AS SHOWN AND AS-IS, MY ITEMS COME FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONS OR OWNERS, ESTATE SALES AND AUCTIONS; I OFFER NO WARRANTY. UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED THE ITEM IS UNTESTED. PLEASE EMAIL ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE. UNLESS AN ITEM IS LARGE OR ON THE HEAVY SIDE SHIPPING WILL BE COMBINED ON MULTIPLE ITEMS WON. ALTERNATE FORMS OF PAYMENT ARE NO PROBLEM. PAYMENT WOULD BE APPRECIATED WITHIN 4 DAYS OF AUCTION ENDING DATE. IF USING PAYPAL YOU MUST HAVE A CONFIRMED ADDRESS ON PAYPAL AND I CAN ONLY SHIP TO THAT ADDRESS. IF THIS IS NOT THE CASE PLEASE DON'T BID UNLESS YOU PLAN TO FOR US SHIPPING I USUALLY PRE-CHOOSE A SHIPPING CARRIER BASED ON SIZE AND WEIGHT TO KEEP THE COST DOWN. UPS WILL NOT SHIP TO A PO BOX, I CAN ADJUST CARRIER IF NEEDED. FOR FOREIGN BIDDERS, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED IN SHIPPING DETAILS BELOW I CAN ONLY SHIP ITEMS VIA PRIORITY INTERNATIONAL MAIL, ITEMS MUST BE INSURED AND PRIORITY IS THE CHEEPEST METHOD THAT WILL ALLOW INSURANCE. I HAVE NO CONTROL ON SHIPPING TIME ONCE YOUR ITEM LEAVES MY HANDS. FOR FOREIGN ORDERS I HAVE NO CONTROL ON ITEMS HUNG UP IN CUSTOMS OR SHIPPING. FEEDBACK WILL BE POSTED ONLY AFTER IT HAS BEEN POSTED FOR ME. THANKS FOR LOOKING.

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