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Discussion in 'G / O / S Scale Model Trains' started by Marxed, Feb 14, 2007.

  1. simmonds

    simmonds Member

    Man oh man! Now I have to have me a CV too! That is a beautiful train there and stellar photography. I see these nice engines can be had cheap on eBay. I bid on one in a set including the cars, track and transformer with a maximum bid of 43 dollars and just got outbid by a dollar! That auction closed a 44 dollars! That seems really cheap for a complete Marx train set.

    Is there anything to look for when bidding on a Commodore Vanderbilt? Thanks, Chris.
  2. Herc Driver

    Herc Driver Active Member

    Look guys...I don't mean to be pushy...all this legal and photoshop stuff is great but...

    :oops: Oh my mistake...that's just a picture.

    :thumb: Cool picture too.

    :) (Never mind.)
  3. Dave Farquhar

    Dave Farquhar Member

    They made both electric and wind-up versions so make sure what you're bidding on is what you want. $44 does seem low but if one went for that, then others will too. A boxed set will sell for more than a loose set will. If you just want a train to run, those are the auctions to pay more attention to, since they'll draw less attention from set collectors.
  4. Marxed

    Marxed Member

    i'm going to keep the photos coming, little by little :)

    i got tons of amazing photos :D

    here's the van you asked about.

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