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    "Make an offer" - says the seller. "I bought these at an Estate Sale and instead of doing hours of research, I will rely on your a fair offers." In the meantime, how about $599.99 for 5 tenders

    Doesn't know what these "tinders" are worth, so they will rely on our good judgement. BTW, all that dust is because they were in a glass case and never run...

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/324299473245?ul_noapp=true

    What say you? (Are they worth more than $10-15 a piece?)

    More tinder deals available!! https://www.ebay.com/sch/N-Scale/191...hiqinny&_sac=1


    edit: Offered $40 for lot. Hard to tell actual condition. Auto rejected
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jugtown Modeler View Post
    "Make an offer" - says the seller. "I bought these at an Estate Sale and instead of doing hours of research, I will rely on your a fair offers." In the meantime, how about $599.99 for 5 tenders
    Just another lazy gold digger...
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    If you don't like the graffiti, you could probably just peel it off and start over.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/EXACTRAIL-E...wAAOSweR1ehG5t

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    Quote Originally Posted by mu26aeh View Post
    If you don't like the graffiti, you could probably just peel it off and start over.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/EXACTRAIL-E...wAAOSweR1ehG5t
    Practice weathering job? Graffiti aside, not terrible weathering. Price is ridiculous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jugtown Modeler View Post
    "Make an offer" - says the seller. "I bought these at an Estate Sale and instead of doing hours of research, I will rely on your a fair offers." In the meantime, how about $599.99 for 5 tenders

    Doesn't know what these "tinders" are worth, so they will rely on our good judgement. BTW, all that dust is because they were in a glass case and never run...

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/324299473245?ul_noapp=true

    What say you? (Are they worth more than $10-15 a piece?)

    More tinder deals available!! https://www.ebay.com/sch/N-Scale/191...hiqinny&_sac=1


    edit: Offered $40 for lot. Hard to tell actual condition. Auto rejected
    Maybe he needs the money to fix up that deck!
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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/4-X-6-N-Sca...MAAOSwsc5e57Id

    Wife sez "sell it". He sez "okay". Geez. $5k for "working city lights"? No.
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    But then there's this. LED's.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/10-pcs-Pre-...kAAOSwmtJXXemW

    $100 each. Sold!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jugtown Modeler View Post
    "Make an offer" - says the seller. "I bought these at an Estate Sale and instead of doing hours of research, I will rely on your a fair offers." In the meantime, how about $599.99 for 5 tenders

    Doesn't know what these "tinders" are worth, so they will rely on our good judgement. BTW, all that dust is because they were in a glass case and never run...

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/324299473245?ul_noapp=true

    What say you? (Are they worth more than $10-15 a piece?)

    More tinder deals available!! https://www.ebay.com/sch/N-Scale/191...hiqinny&_sac=1


    edit: Offered $40 for lot. Hard to tell actual condition. Auto rejected
    The pizza cutter wheels got my attention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen H. View Post
    Like Kobe beef, or seaweed sushi. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhikdavis View Post
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Atlas-50000...UAAOSw64JfhQ2J


    C'mon Man. How about a shipping break.
    Why would you post that here, in an N-scale forum? The description says that it is HO scale, so no relevance to us...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranulf View Post
    Seriously???
    Oh, I wouldn't be so harsh ! Just feast your eyes on those rubber belt drives. I bet they're as good as new after only fifty years sitting around? Just the thing to get your old Lone Star loco running again. Worth every penny. The 'only' reason I'm not bidding is that he doesn't ship to France
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    Hey, I'm all in for the water wheel from the old Pola mill! And that Revell crossing shanty actually isn't too bad. Or maybe it's Atlas.

    Anyways, a nostalgia rush from 1970 for certain.

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    Wow, looks like someone has posted a ton of N scale brass and steam on eBay within the last hour or so!
    Be sure to look at sellers others items.


    https://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-N-Scal...YAAOSwIy1ft-gy
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    Looks like an estate sale of some sorts. Lots of nice stuff. It will be interesting to see what price some of these auctions will end up.

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    Amazing collection. Makes me wonder why it's up for sale ? Probably not a happy story
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    No international shipping , too bad.
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    There's 5 Western Railcraft kits for PE cars. Haven't seen Western Railcraft for ages. Just what some of the PE fans here need...
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