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Steve "Papa" Eastman posted:
George S posted:
Steve "Papa" Eastman posted:

The big question is will it get here unbroken.

Steve

 

I was watching that and thinking the same. Almost pulled the trigger... Glad it's going to a good home!

George

I was surprised there wasn't more action. Wasn't cheap, but far less than some have gone for.

Steve

Yes, it was a more than reasonable price in such great condition. I think the guy said it went for almost twice that much when it was new. I have just depleted my train funds lately. I'm sitting on a bunch of stuff I need to sell, but I'm waiting for the Summer doldrums of the train market to end.

George

Dennis Holler posted:

The market must just be down, or what I thought was a good deal isn't that great anymore lol, There are some nicer cars on right now too for 3 times as much with a few days left...  I think I've seen loose roofs lately, of course, now that I want one probably won't be as easy!

I think Hennings might even have them for those cars. They should look nice when redone.

George

Here's an item for you guys to buy... In Stout's auction next weekend in Indiana, there is a Lionel Tuscan 813 rubber stamped lettering with the original box! I read that there are only 12 of these in existence. Although, I happened to see 4 of them on eBay one year.

Go get it guys! This one could go for over $2,000! I won't be bidding sadly.

George

P.S. Remember that if you buy online and pay with a credit card, your buyer's fee will be $400 if the car sells for $2,000. 

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Steve "Papa" Eastman posted:
Steve "Papa" Eastman posted:

The big question is will it get here unbroken.

Steve

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And the answer is no. Very poorly packed.

Steve

Crane BaseCrane Leg 1Crane Leg 2Crane roof 1Crane roof 2

Steve,

So sorry to hear. My guess he did not wrap and pack due to higher shipping costs. I would open a case with PayPal. They will make sure he sends you a call tag for a full refund.

Joe Gozzo

  That's sad.

   Two weeks ago I saw a FedEx joker throwing boxes on a hand cart with his hand guiding and slamming them home from above; like they were basketballs being dribbled. 

  And this was after he used his truck's shadow, motor revs, and tailgating, to intimidate all the old ladies out of the circle drive so he could park at the foot of the handicap ramp to the main entrance at the medical center. He was there for twenty minutes, making folks that couldn't hobble down have to wait on him.  

  Had my big mouth not been to the dentist, I sure would have loved using it that day.  The whole time I was thinking of the last Dorfan copy I saw damaged in shipping here.  People really suck sometimes 

Steve "Papa" Eastman posted:
Steve "Papa" Eastman posted:

The big question is will it get here unbroken.

Steve

CDB4ECD4-B22D-4B39-86DA-983A75E5B65A

And the answer is no. Very poorly packed.

Steve

Crane BaseCrane Leg 1Crane Leg 2Crane roof 1Crane roof 2

The guy had 0 feedback score so is new to Ebay.

He charged $45.00  shipping, his actual cost was $66.00. He said he paid extra for special handling. Fragile stickers all over the box.

I got it at a really good price so I will keep it and repair. It works, just won't be quite as pristine.

He has filed a claim with the USPS.

He is offering a $100.00 refund. Hopefully he does it.

The box has some minor damage, not too bad so it was not abused excessivly. The box was literally the same length as the crane so the base and roof were wedged against the box ends. He did wrap it well, but with the tight fit in the box, it was a disaster waiting to happen.

Steve

 

Steve "Papa" Eastman posted:
Steve "Papa" Eastman posted:
Steve "Papa" Eastman posted:

The big question is will it get here unbroken.

Steve

CDB4ECD4-B22D-4B39-86DA-983A75E5B65A

And the answer is no. Very poorly packed.

Steve

Crane BaseCrane Leg 1Crane Leg 2Crane roof 1Crane roof 2

The guy had 0 feedback score so is new to Ebay.

He charged $45.00  shipping, his actual cost was $66.00. He said he paid extra for special handling. Fragile stickers all over the box.

I got it at a really good price so I will keep it and repair. It works, just won't be quite as pristine.

He has filed a claim with the USPS.

He is offering a $100.00 refund. Hopefully he does it.

The box has some minor damage, not too bad so it was not abused excessivly. The box was literally the same length as the crane so the base and roof were wedged against the box ends. He did wrap it well, but with the tight fit in the box, it was a disaster waiting to happen.

Steve

 

I wish people would learn how to box things and ship them. I want to Linal train said I need a want to have a little he just threw the trains in a box with some scraps of Styrofoam in their answer is just file a claim. I was lucky enough to get the door fan crane and first offered by TReproductions and he came wrapped very nicely and package the Styrofoam however even with that over the years one of the legs is cracked

Dennis Holler posted:

Serious junk.. 19 inch long  1928 Bing No1 gauge Pullmans.  Two of them, one missing it's top.  I think the numbers are 10/529 or 10/530...  Do I have any other 1 gauge stuff??? ..... No.... not yet....

bing 10-529bing 10-530bing top

Not sure how tough these cars are to find, but I've only seen them in auction pictures and such.  I will restore these.

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bing28_lb15

 

Dennis Holler posted:

Serious junk.. 19 inch long  1928 Bing No1 gauge Pullmans.  Two of them, one missing it's top.  I think the numbers are 10/529 or 10/530...  Do I have any other 1 gauge stuff??? ..... No.... not yet....

 

Not sure how tough these cars are to find, but I've only seen them in auction pictures and such.  I will restore these.

 

bing28_lb15

Hi Dennis.

Based on this catalog page and my rusty German, what you have is the 10/538/1 - the Speisewagen (trip or tour coach).  The 10/539/X is the Schlaffwagen (Sleeping coach).  Based on your length of 19" I assign the /1 designation because the /0 is 13.75" long.  I converted the metric descriptions in the catalog.

Nice find.  Have fun cleaning them up and restoring them.  I'm betting with your skills you can cut/stamp/replicate your own roof based on a template from the one you have.

Good luck with that locomotive <smile>.

Dennis Holler posted:

Now if I can only find the correct Bing engine.... and afford it.

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Dennis take a look on eBay in Germany, there is some Bing gauge one, but be carefull the pieces offered are sometime not so good..... the best ones are for sale in large auction houses.

And after Bing there is Marklin..... gauge one is great but may be very expensive. Some nice sets are affordables as this one from Marklin in 1928-29.

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Daniel

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Thanks guys!  I know they are in junk condition, but I'm excited, I think in good condition, these are way above my pay grade! I managed to find them on ebay and those are the auction pictures,,,, made an offer of $50 and he took it.  They had actually been listed several times, and I just finally said go for it since I knew what they were. 

John, I love those signs! 

Daniel, That Marklin is great as well.  I think I just saw a similar passenger car here on US ebay, will have to take another look.

Thanks Byrdie, I'll do my best.... my project mountain is still growing!!

George, You never know, might get up there some time!

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