PRRronbh posted:
Ponz posted:

I can't locate the curve specs for this one on an auction site.  Also, anything older than PS2 frightens me

MTH 4912 NEW YORK CENTRAL 4-6-2 DieCast Pacific Steam Loco Tender PROTO SMOKE

As John stated need the MTH item number.  Also there are two different PS2's, a 5v and a 3v version.

Ron

All I can get from the seller is, "It says 4912 on the box"4912

gunrunnerjohn posted:

The MTH model number or at least the auction # would be useful here.

113737302677

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Ponz posted:
PRRronbh posted:
Ponz posted:

I can't locate the curve specs for this one on an auction site.  Also, anything older than PS2 frightens me

MTH 4912 NEW YORK CENTRAL 4-6-2 DieCast Pacific Steam Loco Tender PROTO SMOKE

As John stated need the MTH item number.  Also there are two different PS2's, a 5v and a 3v version.

Ron

All I can get from the seller is, "It says 4912 on the box"4912

gunrunnerjohn posted:

The MTH model number or at least the auction # would be useful here.

113737302677

Looks like that item you pictured above is item 20-3007-1 and almost 25 years old - from MTH's 1994 catalog.  Possibly 1st generation protosound-1 with or without battery.

 

You can have a steam train ...If you'd just lay down your tracks.

Keystone posted:
Ponz posted:
PRRronbh posted:
Ponz posted:

I can't locate the curve specs for this one on an auction site.  Also, anything older than PS2 frightens me

MTH 4912 NEW YORK CENTRAL 4-6-2 DieCast Pacific Steam Loco Tender PROTO SMOKE

As John stated need the MTH item number.  Also there are two different PS2's, a 5v and a 3v version.

Ron

All I can get from the seller is, "It says 4912 on the box"4912

gunrunnerjohn posted:

The MTH model number or at least the auction # would be useful here.

113737302677

Looks like that item you pictured above is item 20-3007-1 and almost 25 years old - from MTH's 1994 catalog.  Possibly 1st generation protosound-1 with or without battery.

 

THank you!

It says right on the box that is is Protosounds. That's what it was called before everyone started calling it proto one or PS-1.

It's nothing to be afraid of, but I would personally convert it to TMCC with a Cruise Commander from Electric railroad Company.

RoyBoy

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