I'm cleaning out a few boxes of random items -- rolling stock, price guides, videos, parts, loads, vehicles, paper and promotional items, etc -- that I think could be in better homes than mine. Lots of scrolling to do below!
I'll keep this original posting updated with what's still available. [Updated through 12/28, 1:30pm]
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5. Minichamps/Paul's Model Art 1990's VW "New Beetle" models. Die-cast metal construction. 1:43 scale. Approximately 3.5" long each. Orange is a 1994 Concept car with broken side mirrors -- not very noticeable. Blue is a 1998 model with a slight bend in the radio antenna. Both were used as Lionel flatcar loads between 1998-2000. $10 for the pair.
6. Die-cast Metal Tanks were issued by Lionel in the mid-1990's on American Flyer S Gauge flat cars. Approximately 2.5" long, die-cast metal and plastic construction. Each has separate rubber treads that turn, but they actually ride on four small wheels underneath. These are likely closer to HO scale, but still wouldn't look too bad as flatcar loads. This set is (5) identical tanks, all with the USA flag. New in packaging, $10 for this set of (5).
7. Die-cast Metal Tanks, same details as the grouping above. This lot has a total of (6) tanks of five different designs. Three with red stars, two with the USA flag, and one with a black cross. Three of the six have broken parts (a wheel or a turret, as shown in the photo) but are still usable. $8 for this set of (6).
9. O Scale Railroad Sign/Marker Decal Sheets by Impko. Sheet measures approximately 3.125" x 4.5". Condition is essentially brand new, but they're somewhat old, so you'll likely need a decal film or clearcoat to prevent them from breaking apart in water. Therefore, I can't recommend these decals for beginners. $1 each, and I have several.
10. Lionel Railroader Club Newsletters. This is a large batch of about 25 different photocopied issues between Issue 1 and the late 30's. Covers the period from the mid-1970's to mid-1980's. When Lionel ran out of originals, they sold these photocopies to help people complete their set. $1 for the batch. (I have a few identical batches available.)
11. Greenberg's Pocket Price Guide to Lionel 1901-2011. 344 pages, no photos. $2
1. Pair of Lionel postwar 027 flat cars. Metal bodies measure approximately 8" long. Both have Timken trucks with operating couplers at both ends. Obviously, there's some rust and paint loss, but they're worth it for the trucks alone. SOLD!
2. Lionel 600-6104-015 (6104-15) molded plastic, simulated coal loads. They fit the traditional 6446-style Quad Hopper from the mid-1950's through today. Each measures approximately 9.5" x 2". The number molded on the bottom is 6104-T-015A. SOLD!
3. Lionel Coil Covers. Made for the traditional-sized, 6462-style gondolas. Plastic with metal handrails. Approximately 4.5" long each. SOLD!
4. Road Champs 1956 F100 Ford Pick-up Truck. Die-cast metal construction. 1:43 scale. Approximately 4.5" long. Used as a Lionel flatcar load in the late 1990's. New condition in plain white original packaging. SOLD!
14. Lionel Wristwatch from one of the company's Christmastime "pop-up" stores. New in its original packaging, which is slightly shopworn. Seems to work fine. SOLD!