7.25" Gauge 'Toby, the Steam Tram' Ride-on Train WAS $4,500 NOW $4,250

   
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7.25" Gauge 'Toby, the Steam Tram' Ride-on Train WAS $4,500 NOW $4,250

$4,250.00 & Buyer pays shipping.
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  • Item number: #81876796
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  • Added: Feb 16 2020 1:26:41 PM EST
  • Location: Ontario, Canada
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7.25" Gauge 'Toby, the Steam Tram' Ride-on Train.

This is a bespoke battery electric locomotive with full riding car and combine passenger/engineer car in 7-1/4” gauge.

Equipped with the latest in battery charger technology (in-built to the loco) for longest dual lead acid battery life.
Speed/direction controls are remote to the loco on the passenger/ engineer car. Provided with three ~2-ft high dollies
with casters for garage storage and two car/truck rail platforms for transport purposes.

Very good condition. Very little use. Excellent performer even with full passenger load. MRC sound system and amplifier installed.
All fittings are polished marine grade stainless steel. Independent white head and red flashing tail lights complete the package.

Typical riding tracks are available in Hamilton, Toronto, USA, etc on the east coast.

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Category: Live Steam/Diesel (rideable) > 7.x gauge Railroad > Diesel, Gas and Electric Locomotives

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Hello Richard, This train on offer has so many components: the train cars themselves and a matching number of carrier dolleys. To send all these item so far would be expensive, and should anything arise during shipping that causes you to reject the items on arrival, I would have to eat transport costs both ways. Sorry, but I must pass on your offer. Ron
By ronatt on December 26, 2020
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