300AC and 301 Atlantic Engines
Two popular Atlantics for one price. The 300AC with extended chassis is die-cast & 301 is equipped with chugger in the plastic steam engine. They both have operating headlights and 4-position e-units. Logos and #'s are very clear and they both operate very well and are cosmetically clean. Both engines have all steps.
The 48100 PA was a shell and I modified by placing an original
A.C. Gilbert double worm gear motor with a 4 - position e-unit. It is a great runner with operating light as well. It has only been tested on my layout. When purchased a Wabash nose decal will be provided.
AF 566 Whistling Billboard
This beautiful AF 566 Whistling Billboard is ready for your layout. It has a light green metal base with a perfect white frame around the Santa Fe Alco and Hudson. This non-lighted Billboard was produced from 1951 to 1955. Sorry, I don't have the box, but it does have the button.
732 Operating Baggage Car
Green unpainted 732 Operating baggage car in good condition. White lettering nice. Working link couplers, blue figure and door mechanism. Usual scratches on top of car. Baggage loading platform not included. Trackside pickup and small metal cubes not included. Photo shows slight hump in middle of car.
577 Circus Whistling Billboard
The AF 577 Circus Whistling Billboard is in good condition and comes with control button, but no box. The base painted green is excellent. Billboard has 2 working lights in the base. Originally, 577 was made prior to WWII, and introduced again in 1946 through 1950.
49015 Westside Lumber Animated Flatcar
Sold one, and here's another! Brand new Animated AF Moe & Joe Westside lumber car. Issued by Lionel in 2004-05. Never operated and taken out of box to photograph. Comes with connector wire, button and lumber tray.
315 PPR Pacific locomotive
The 315 was produced in 1952 and has a link coupler. E-unit is a 4 position unit mounted in the tender. Clear logos in white, cosmetically nice and operates well. It has a boiler operating light. and a die-cast tender and trailing truck. Also chime whistle in tender. It was cateloged in 1951, but not produced until 1952,
UP 332AC 4-8-4 Northern
The Union Pacific Northern was produced in 1948-49. Four-wire plug from tender to engine It has a working headlight, smoke and choo-choo. Nice paint and identity board numbers. The reverse unit is in the tender. Very nice Northern that operates well.
Produced in 1951.
354 Silver Bullet Pacific
If you missed the 354 that sold earlier, here's another. It was made in only one year- 1954. The silver satin 4-6-2 has an operating headlight, decals in good shape, smoke and choo-choo in boiler with red smoke stack, 4-position e-unit and knuckle couplers. The 354 is a good runner. I believe it is restored as well.
925 Gulf Tankers
There are two 925's, the Type II in the foreground has a plastic base and the rear one a metal frame. Single dome tankers were made from 1952 to 1957 The silver with black lettering tanks rode on sintered-iron side frames and had knuckle couplers.
Both for $55.00
295 American Flyer 4-6-2 Pacific
The 1951 made 295 has a die-cast one-piece boiler and sheet metal tender. Metal bell and vertical whistle on boiler top just back of smoke stack. Smoke and choo-choo in boiler while a 4-position e-unit and air chime whistle in tender. Operating headlight and and large feedwater heater top of boiler front. Link coupler with weight and nice logos and paint.
325AC New York Central Hudson
Popular 325AC Hudson with smoke and choo-choo, plus reverse unit and air chime whistle in tender. Whistle does hum when power applied. All four steps on the tender are good. Stamped oval Heralds are nice while cab numbers and lettering excellent. Overall the 325AC runs well. Operating light, and last of the Hudson link coupler engines.