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Vintage L.G.B. #45280 "Nesquik" 2 axle - 4 wheel Box Car with Brakeman's platform

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This is a bright and colorful G Scale European style 2 axle Boxcar with simulated metal siding. Introduced to the L.G.B. line in 1993 and was discontinued in 1995. This car has 2 working sliding doors and the Brakeman’s platform, Colorful "Nesquik" graphics on both sides. The car is 335 mm in length and comes with the replacement coupling hook.

This car is factory fresh, not having been out of it’s box since it left the original German factory. This car makes a unique collector item for the “Nesquik” collector. or for adding a bright color to your existing train. Makes a great FATHER'S DAY gift!

This item is from our personal collection. We spend a lot of time researching all of our items and try to describe them as accurately as we can, and price competitively, with prompt, Insured FREE SHIPPING within the U.S.A. included.

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Vintage L.G.B. #45280 "Nesquik" 2 axle - 4 wheel Box Car with Brakeman's platform

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  • Material: Hi Grade indoor outdoor plastic
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