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  • Trains!!!!!

    Looking for this locomotive. Neat, huh?

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    This has been a Filmways presentation dahling.

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    Was this a WDCC item? Really cute. I love Disney trains. I was finally able to acquire a Walt Disney World train set that Sears sold in 1989. The box is a mess,but the train looks great.

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      Ebay has it for $799.00.

      Accucraft custom-made model of Walt Disney's Casey Jr., from the 1941 feature "Dumbo," and one of Disneyland's original attractions from 1955. This model is not a toy; it is an electrically operated product. Designed to run on standard Gauge 1 ("G" scale) track commonly available at model railroad and hobby stores. Mint condition in original box. Item has been checked to ensure fully operational. This was a gift to my family from a Disneyland Executive and has been a cherished collectors piece but were downsizing and just dont have the room anymore.

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      This has been a Filmways presentation dahling.

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