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Freight Cars

This Web Page Last Updated: April 21, 2014

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This page contains our current inventory of Postwar Lionel freight cars. Included here are boxcars, refrigerator cars, stock cars, certain flatcars, gondolas, hoppers, tank cars and vat cars. Specialty cars from the "Space & Military" Series are located on our Space & Military Cars web page while crane cars, searchlight cars and other work train pieces of rolling stock are located on our Railroad Work Cars web page and cabooses and work cabooses are located on our Cabooses web page.

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Postwar Lionel Freight Cars
Catalog #ItemGradePhotoPriceDescription & More Information
(2411) Flatcar with Logs E++/OB Yes $ 95 Gray-painted, die-cast flatcar with black serif lettering from 1947-48 with the correct load of three original large, unstained logs. Has staple-end trucks with coil couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Some paint chips but nothing major; it is a very clean, all-original car with sharp lettering plus all four corner steps are intact!
Photo of the logs and an "aerial" view of the car's deck.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original box (tears; stains on one side).
Photo of the nicer end of the box.
Has the insert (liner) and even with the flaws, this box is very presentable as it is complete, square and sturdy! It is also the correct "Art Deco Toy Logo" box for this version of the 2411.
Photo of the elaborate box insert.

A very, very nice, prototypical car in a decent box!
(2411) Flatcar with Pipes ===> ===> ===> If you are looking for the 2411 Flatcar with Pipes (AKA The "BIG INCH" Car), we have one for sale!
Click here to go to our Work Cars Page to read about a very clean, boxed 2411 Flatcar with ORIGINAL Pipes from 1946 only.
2452X Pennsylvania
Gondola
E+++/OB Yes $ 95 Black, 8-inch "PRR" short gondola with white heat-stamped lettering: catalogued by Lionel as "2452X" and "2452X" is stamped on the bottom of the frame but only "2452" is on the car's sides.
Photo of the other side.
Version from 1946 with "flying shoe" (staple-end) trucks with coil couplers.
An "aerial" view showing the inside of the car.
A sharp carp: very, very clean with nice lettering and a clean, rust-free frame.
Photo of the underside of the car showing the number and one of the "flying shoe" trucks.

Has a Type Ia body mold and small "G27" stamped on the sides.
File photo showing a comparison of Type Ia and Type Ib body molds.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8 original "Art Deco" box (tears; creases; minor stains; scrapes).
Another view of the box.
Has the insert and this box is solid: fairly clean, complete, square and sturdy plus there is no tape anywhere! It is also the correct box (with "X" stamped on the end flaps) for this version of the 2452 gondola.
Photo of the box insert.

The early 1945 cars with "flying shoes" are getting harder and harder to find. In addition, many of the flying shoe trucks have suffered damage over the years and are not fixable. Both trucks on this car are completely intact and the couplers work!
File photo showing the flying shoe trucks and the closed plate version trucks.

One of the nicest 2452 Gondolas we have ever seen and it is in the nicest 2452 box we have ever had!
X2458 Pennsylvania
Automobile Boxcar
E++/OB Yes $135
SOLD
A gorgeous brown painted, metal, double-door P.R.R. boxcar with white lettering. Version from 1947-48 with no rivet below the "8" in "X2458" and without steps on the frame. The trim items include a brakewheel, black metal ladders on each side, a metal underframe sill and a plastic simulated air reservoir tank underneath. The car has staple-end trucks with coil couplers.
Photo of the other side.
A very, very clean car with nice vibrant paint and beautiful lettering! It is one of the nicest X2458 boxcars we have ever had!
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 6 original box (missing the tuck on one end flap and that end is taped shut; lots of tape; tape inside; tears; creases; no inserts). Even with the flaws, this box is very useful as it is clean, square and sturdy.
Another view of the box.

Essentially a prewar carryover design, this nicely-detailed boxcar, with its embossed rivets & seams and die-cast ends & doors, is one of the most prototypical-looking items made in the postwar era! The 2458 is getting more and more difficult to find in collector-quality condition as are all of the early postwar items.
2465 Sunoco
Tank Car
Ex./OB Yes $ 60 A silver 2-dome tank car from 1946 with decal decorations; version with the word "SUNOCO" printed within the diamond on each side. Has frame with all steps intact plus staple-end trucks with coil couplers.
Photo of the other side.
The tank has the usual imperfections associated with silver paint but nothing major; the decals have some chipping on one side plus the frame and corner steps have some paint loss. The car is very clean overall and the decals are ORIGINAL!
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8 original ("Art Deco") box (tears; creases; "aged" look).
Another view of the box.
Has the insert and this box is SOLID: fairly clean, complete, square and sturdy -- and there is no tape anywhere!
Photo of the box insert.

The early postwar items are getting increasingly difficult to find in collector-quality condition and this piece is a good-looking, prototypical car in a brick-like box! Besides, you can never have too many Sunoco tank cars.
X2758 Pennsylvania
Automobile Boxcar
VG/OB Yes $ 95 Here's an item that we have not had for sale in years: the brown painted, metal, double-door P.R.R. boxcar from 1945-46: the trim items include metal steps at all four corners, brown brakewheel, black metal ladders on each side, a metal underframe sill and a plastic simulated air reservoir tank underneath. The car has the correct "flying shoe" (staple-end) trucks with coil couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Some moisture spots in the paint and some weak (but very readable) lettering. In addition, the white background for the PRR keystone is worn, especially on one side and one bulkhead is slightly warped. A few flaws but the car is clean overall with a nice rust-free chassis. In addition, the somewhat-delicate flying-shoe fiber boards are completely intact and the couplers work perfectly!
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original box (missing one interior coupler flap; tears; creases; some dirt; "aged" look). Even with the flaws, this box is very presentable as it is nice and square plus it has both end flaps.
Another view of the box.
The box (which is the correct one for this item) is numbered "2458" but the car is actually numbered "X2758" reflecting Lionel's hurry to assemble sets for Christmas, 1945. The "X2758" bodies were eventually depleted as set components in the outfits produced in 1946.

Essentially a prewar carryover design, Lionel either reused the prewar tooling or simply assembled these cars from prewar components. This nicely-detailed boxcar, with its embossed rivets & seams and die-cast ends & doors, is one of the most prototypical-looking items made in the postwar era! The X2758 is getting more and more difficult to find in collector-quality condition as are all of the early postwar items.
3424 Operating
Brakeman Car
E+/OB Yes $ 65 The Wabash operating boxcar with the BLUE brakeman from 1956-58: light-blue with white heat-stamped lettering and white doors plus bar-end trucks with tab couplers.
Photo of the car showing the fearless brakeman on the catwalk.
Some rust spots on the frame and that's about it for flaws!
Photo of the other side showing the brakeman "hitting the deck!"
It is a very clean car with nice lettering -- and it works perfectly!
An "aerial" view of the roof.
Has the correct truck for this version of the Brakeman Car: Lionel generally followed the practice of putting a blue pickup shoe on a car with the blue man and a white pickup shoe on a car with the white man.
File photo showing a truck with a blue pickup shoe & one with a white shoe.
The blue man version of this car is not as common as the one with the white man.

Photo of the instruction sheet, component box, telltales and hardware.
Has the instruction sheet #3424-95, dated 8/56 (tears, creases, tape) and the original 3424-100 component box containing the "Low Bridge Signal Set" (two telltales with two base plates plus the "027" & "O" gauge blades). The base plates have some surface rust but it does not affect assembly or operation. The "027" track blades are repro items.
Photo of the component box.
Grade 7 component box (stains; tears; tape inside; "aged" look). The box is complete, fairly square & sturdy.
Another view of the component box.

Photo of the box.
Comes in a grade 6 original (outer) box (missing one interior coupler flap; tears; creases; lots of tape; mildly distorted; "period" store price stamping; "aged" look; no insert). A laundry list of imperfections but the box is fairly clean plus it does have both end flaps; it will protect the car in shipping and in storage.
Another view of the box.

A rather ingenious car that works very well and provides some action: the brakeman stands on the catwalk until warned of an upcoming tunnel or bridge by a telltale; he then falls to the roof of the car and afterwards stands up again when the car reaches the second telltale.

Still not sure if you are going to like this car? A popular magazine just rated the 3424 as one of the TOP 10 Postwar Lionel operating cars! See page 46 of the December, 2013 issue of the magazine "Classic Toy Trains" for their opinion.
3444 Erie
Operating Gondola
E+/OB Yes $ 85 The animated Cop & Hobo Car from 1957-59: has a molded-red body with white heat-stamped plus tan-colored simulated wooden crates with black heat-stamped lettering and bar-end metal trucks with tab couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Minimal flaws: it is a very clean with nice lettering and nice original figures -- plus it works great!
An "aerial" view.
Has the original instruction sheet #3444-33 dated 5-57.
Photo of the instruction sheet.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original box (missing both interior coupler flaps; tears; repairs made to one end flap; tape inside; minor stains). Even with the imperfections, this box is very presentable as it is fairly clean, square and sturdy.
Another view of the box.

A sharp, all-original car! This clever "action car" is one of the most interesting pieces of rolling stock made by Lionel in the postwar era! It's realistic, prototypical and a great source of amusement on a layout!

A recently-published guidebook had this to say about the 3444 gondola: "In the April 1957 of All Aboard at Lionel (an internal newsletter provided to employees and later major customers), the 3444 was heralded as one of the 'Stars of 1957.' It lived up to that early billing and was an immediate hit, as the never-ending action of the Cop & Hobo delighted audiences of all ages."

Still not sure if you are going to like this car? A popular magazine just rated the 3444 as one of the TOP 10 Postwar Lionel operating cars! See page 46 of the December, 2013 issue of the magazine "Classic Toy Trains" for their opinion.
3494-275 State of Maine Operating Boxcar E+/OB Yes $225 Earliest production of the red, white and blue "Bangor & Aroostook" operating boxcar: it is a VERY SCARCE variation from 1956 with only "B.A.R. on the left of each side of the car -- "3494-275" is not present. Has bar-end, metal trucks with tab couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Some box rub & small paint chips in places but nothing major. Some of the letters are not as white as they once were due to handling but that's about it for flaws. The car is still clean overall with nice vibrant paint and strong lettering -- plus the mechanism works perfectly and it has the correct original man with painted face and hands.
Photo of the roof.
Has the correct original instruction sheet (#3474-14, dated 2/56).
Photo of the instruction sheet.

Photo of the box.
Grade 6 original box (missing one interior coupler flap; stains; dirt marks; tears; creases; tape inside). The box has various flaws but it is square & sturdy with both end flaps; it will protect the car in shipping and in storage.
Another view of the box.

File photo showing a 3494-275 without the number and the common version.
Only the second time we have ever had this obscure variation of the State of Maine operating boxcar in collector-quality condition!
3656 Operating
Cattle Car
E+++/OB Yes $175 Orange-painted stock car with the "ARMOUR" emblems from 1949 only: has white heat-stamped lettering plus staple-end trucks with magnetic couplers. No corral, ramp or cows -- just the car.
Photo of the other side.
The car is stunning -- rust-free and very, very clean with nice vibrant paint, near-perfect lettering and nice decals. Tested with some original cows and the car works well!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8 original box (tears; creases; writing; some discoloration); a few imperfections but it is a nice, brick-like box: clean, complete, square and sturdy -- plus there is no tape anywhere!
Another view of the box.

A sharp car in a very strong box! The 3656 with the "ARMOUR" stickers is much harder to find than the common version.
6012 Gondola ======
E+++
Un-run
OB
======
Yes $ 35 A black "LIONEL" short gondola from 1952-54 that was NEVER USED! Has white heat-stamped lettering plus bar-end trucks with magnetic couplers.
Photo of the other side.
A gorgeous car with nice crisp lettering! Note that Lionel never included a load with the 6012 gondola.
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 9 original box. What a box! It is clean, complete, square and sturdy -- and there is no tape anywhere!
Another view of the box.
The 6012 was produced from 1951 to 1956 but the "Middle Classic" box plus the trucks, couplers and knuckle rivets all help to date this piece as a 1952-44 item.

A gorgeous car in a spectacular, brick-like box!
6015 Sunoco
Tank Car
E+++/OB Yes $ 75 Single-dome tank car from 1954-55: has an unpainted yellow body with a two-color Sunoco logo plus black, rubber-stamped lettering. Has a metal frame and bar-end metal trucks with magnetic couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Very, very clean with sharp lettering and nice graphics -- plus it is all intact with no cracks!
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 6+ original box (tears; stains; tape; tape residue; "aged" look). Some flaws but the box is complete, sturdy & fairly square.
Another view of the box.

Check your collection; guidebooks list the value of this piece as if it is a "common" car. However, it does not show up in collector-quality condition very often and the box is not that easy to find. This 6015 is gorgeous and it does have its box!
(6111-110) Flatcar with Logs VG-/OB Yes $135 Metal (8-inch stamped-steel) light-gray flatcar from 1956-57: has white, heat-stamped serif lettering plus early AAR trucks with two operating couplers. Comes with the correct load of three original stained logs.
Photo of the other side.
One side has a few weak (but certainly readable) letters plus there are some paint chips and some rust spots on the flat bed.
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7+ original box (missing one interior coupler flap; one end flap is torn and creased). This box is solid: square, clean and rather brick-like -- plus there is no tape anywhere!
Another view of the box.

Some flaws on the car but the bulk of the value here is in the box; it is only the second 6111-110 box we have ever surfaced! The car is very common but the box is RARE! Most collectors have never seen this box let alone own it.
(6121-85) Flatcar with Pipes E+/OB Yes $ 95 Metal (8-inch stamped-steel) red-painted flatcar from 1956-57 with white, heat-stamped serif lettering plus early AAR trucks with operating couplers. Has the correct load of three ORIGINAL silver pipes.
Photo of the other side.
One scratch on the car's decking plus a few small paint chips. That's about it for flaws; the car is rust free, very, very clean with nice vibrant paint and crisp lettering! The pipes are equally as nice with minimal flaws!
Photo of the pipes and an "aerial" view of the car.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original box (missing one interior coupler flap; stains; dirt; tears; some tape; creases); some flaws, but this box is square and sturdy -- and it is a hard one to find!
Another view of the box.

The car is fairly common but not in this condition! One of the nicest 6121 flats we have ever had -- and in a very scarce box!
6315
(-60)
Chemical
Tank Car
======
E++
Un-run
OB
======
Yes $ 75 Unpainted-orange "LIONEL LINES" (not "GULF") tank car from 1963-66 that was NEVER USED! Has late AAR trucks with two operating couplers. Catalogued by Lionel as "6315-60" but only "6315" appears on the car.
Photo of the other side.
The wire handrail has some oxidation and that's it for flaws! The car is sharp: all intact and very, very clean with nice lettering.
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8 original box (tears; creases; tape inside). The box is SOLID: clean, complete, square and sturdy!
Another view of the box.

A gorgeous car in a very, very nice box!
6346 Alcoa Hopper E+/OB Yes $125 Silver-painted covered quad hopper from 1956 only: car is actually numbered "634656" on the sides but catalogued by Lionel as "6346."
Photo of the car.
Has blue heat-stamped lettering and metal, bar-end trucks with tab couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Has the usual imperfections associated with silver paint: one surface scratch, light stains, some discoloration and other evidence of handling but none of those common flaws are severe! The car is very clean overall with nice vibrant silver paint plus crisp lettering and near-perfect Alcoa emblems!
Close-up of the decal & lettering on one side.
Has the original cover and hatch lids.
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original box (tears; dirt; stains; mildly distorted; minor writing; tape inside). Some flaws but the box is complete and sturdy!
Another view of the box.

Sharp prototypical-looking car in a decent box.
6356 New York Central
Stock Car
E++/OB Yes $160
SOLD
Large, 2-level NYC stock car from 1954: has a painted dark-yellow body with black lettering and bar-end trucks with magnetic couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Harder-to-find version with rubber-stamped lettering and large "BUILT BY / LIONEL" on the sides.
Photo of the roof.
Minimal flaws! It's a very, very clean car with nice vibrant paint and near-perfect lettering.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8 original box (tears; creases; tape inside; "aged" look). A few flaws but this box is solid: fairly clean, complete, square and sturdy!
Another view of the box.

An attractive, prototypical-looking car with a very, very strong box -- it is the nicest rubber-stamped NYC stock car we have ever had for sale and in one of the nicest 6356 boxes we have ever had!
6361 Timber Transport Car E+/OB Yes $135 Green log-carrying flatcar with white, rubber-stamped lettering: version from 1960 only with solid underframe and early AAR trucks with dual operating couplers. ORIGINAL logs, chains & spring.
Photo of the other side.
A few weak letters caused by the original factory placement of the chains and that's about it for flaws! The car is very clean overall with a nice rust-free frame.
An "aerial" view of the car.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original box (puncture in front panel; panel partially separated; creases; tears; tape inside).
Another view of the box.
A few imperfections but this box is solid: clean, complete square and sturdy! It is also the correct ("Perforated Panel") box for this version of the 6361. (The later post-1960 Timber Transport Car with modified underframe came with a "Picture" box.)
Photo of the front of the box.
Has the original instruction sheet (#6361-16).
Photo of the instruction sheet.

A prototypical freight car that will add realism to any layout! It is a sharp piece in a very presentable box!
6405Flatcar with Van Load:
E+++

Car:
E++
OB
Yes $ 85 General-style flatcar with yellow trailer van: unpainted brown flat from 1961 only has heat-stamped yellow lettering plus early AAR trucks with operating couplers. Has both original truss rods.
Photo of the other side.
The flat is very, very clean with crisp lettering; the original van is in near-perfect condition.
An "aerial" view of the car and the roof of the van.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original box (tears; creases); a solid box: clean, complete, square and sturdy -- and there is no tape anywhere!
Another view of the box.

A sharp car and in a very strong box!
Two different versions of the 6414 Auto Loader:
6414 Evans
Auto Loader
Load:
E/E+

Car:
E+
OB
Yes $160 The ever-popular car carrier with four multi-colored, (premium) autos. The flat has metal, bar-end trucks with tab couplers and the number "6414" is on the right.
Photo of the other side.
Minimal flaws on both the flat and the metal superstructure! The car is very clean with sharp lettering. There is no rust and nothing is cracked or broken.
An "aerial" view of the carrier and roofs of the autos.
The 4 autos (turquoise, red, white & yellow) are all original with only minor flaws (the white car's body has some dirt and the body of the red car has some glue residue). Each car is completely intact and in excellent or better condition!
Photo of the fronts & backs of the four autos.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original ("Middle Classic") box (tears; creases; some dirt; tape; "aged" look). The box is complete, square and sturdy!
Another view of the box.

A very nice auto loader in a presentable box! The box and the couplers date this item as a 1955 car.
6414 Evans
Auto Loader
Load:
E+++

Car:
E+
Yes $135 One of the most uncommon versions of the ever-popular car carrier: this one is from 1964-66 and has four light-red autos with gray bumpers. Has the correct (light-red) flat with late AAR trucks and the number "6414" on the left.
Photo of the other side.
Some box rub and small surface rust spots on the metal superstructure and that's about it for flaws. The flat is very, very clean with sharp lettering.
An "aerial" view of the carrier and roofs of the autos.
The 4 cars are ORIGINAL and each one is close to "Like New!"
Photo of the front & back of all four autos.

Only the third time we have ever had this version of the auto loader. It is a sharp piece with four gorgeous cars!
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Two different versions of the 6430 Flatcar with White Vans:
6430 Flatcar with Trailers Load:
E++

Car:
E++
OB
Yes $175 Red flatcar from 1957 only with all-original, white Cooper-Jarrett vans. Flat is the uncommon version with the number on right and AAR trucks mounted on truck supports.
Photo of the other side of the car.
The flat has a few moisture spots on the metal rack and that is it for flaws; it is very, very clean with nice, white lettering. The vans are very clean and completely intact with no significant flaws.
An "aerial" view of the car and the roofs of the vans.

Photo of the box.
Grade 9 original box (one end flap has a black square done with a marker probably covering an old price written there; small crease; some dirt). A SOLID, brick-like box: fairly clean, complete, square & sturdy -- and there is no tape anywhere!
Another view of the box.

This version of the 6430 does not show up that often and this one is sharp and it's in a very, very nice box! This prototypical piece of rolling stock will look great on a layout or on a display shelf!
6430 Flatcar with Trailers Load:
E+

Car:
E+
OB
Yes $125 Red flatcar from 1956-57 with all-original, white Cooper-Jarrett vans. Flatcar has white lettering plus bar-end, metal trucks with tab couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Flat: very clean with nice lettering and minimal flaws; vans: very clean with no significant flaws.
An "aerial" view of the car and the roofs of the vans.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original box (missing one inner flap; stains; tears; tape on the inside). A few imperfections but the box is square and sturdy.
Another view of the box.

A sharp, prototypical car in a very presentable box!
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6434 Poultry Car E++/OB Yes $ 95 Large, illuminated, stock car from 1958-59 also known as the "Chicken Car." Has a red-painted body with white lettering plus un-painted gray doors with black lettering and bar-end, metal trucks with tab couplers.
Photo of the other side.
A few small spots of surface rust on the frame and that's about it for flaws. It is a very clean car with vibrant paint, strong lettering and nice inserts!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original box (missing one interior coupler flap; tears; creases; lots of tape; "period" writing). A few flaws but the box is clean, square and sturdy.
Another view of the box.

A great-looking car -- and the lights do work!
6436-1 Lehigh Valley
Hopper
E+/OB Yes $ 75 A black-painted LV open quad hopper: has white, heat-stamped lettering plus bar-end trucks with tab couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Minimal flaws! It is very clean with crisp lettering and nice vibrant paint! Has the original spreader brace.
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7+ original box (missing one interior coupler flap; tears; some dirt; tape inside; minor creases). A few imperfections but this box is still solid as it is square and sturdy.
Another view of the box.
The black 6436 LV hopper was catalogued in both 1955 and 1956 but the coupler pins and the "Middle Classic" box help to date this car as a 1955 item.

A sharp, prototypical piece of rolling stock in a very presentable box!
6436
(-110)
Lehigh Valley
Hopper
======
E++
Un-run
OB
======
Yes $160 Red-painted LV open quad hopper from 1963-64 that was NEVER USED! Harder-to-find version with "NEW 3-55" date on the sides. Has early AAR trucks with operating couplers Catalogued by Lionel as "6436-110" but only "6436" appears on the sides.
Photo of the other side.
Sharp car: minimal flaws and very, very clean with nice vibrant paint and crisp white lettering! Has the original spreader brace.
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8+ original box (some creases & scuffs). A solid box: fairly clean, complete, square and sturdy -- and there is no tape anywhere!
Another view of the box.

A good-looking, prototypical piece of rolling stock in a very, very strong box! It is one of the hardest quad hopper variations to find and it has the correct "Picture" box for this version of the 6436-110 LV hopper!
6464
(-1)
Western Pacific
Boxcar
E+/OB Yes $195 Here's a boxcar that does show up very often in collection-quality condition: it's the very first "6464" boxcar made by Lionel in the postwar era -- the silver-painted WP boxcar (type I) with blue, heat-stamped lettering from 1953-54. Has bar-end trucks with magnetic couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Silver cars are never perfect but this one is a clean car with very minor blemishes: a little box rub plus the common light stains and visible fingerprints associated with silver paint.
Photo of the roof.
The car has nice bright silver (especially on the sides) and beautiful crisp lettering!

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original box (missing the tuck on one end flap and that end is taped shut; tape inside; tears; creases; scrapes). Despite the flaws, this box is decent as it is clean, square and sturdy!
Another view of the box.

~~ A good-looking car in a very presentable box!
6464-25 Great Northern Boxcar E++/OB Yes $195
SOLD
Orange G.N. boxcar from 1953-54: semi-gloss version with white, heat-stamped lettering plus bar-end trucks with magnetic couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Some box rub in spots and that is it for flaws! The car is very, very clean with clean white lettering and nice graphics!
An "aerial" view of the car.

Photo of the box
Grade 8 original box (stains; minor tears; small creases). It is a solid box: complete, fairly clean, square & sturdy!
Another view of the box.

A sharp car in a very nice box!
6464-75 Rock Island
Boxcar
======
E++
Un-run
OB
======
Yes $110 A sharp R.I. boxcar from 1969 that was NEVER USED! Later (type IV) version with ribbed-roof interior, multi-block doors and no built date on the sides. The car is green with gold lettering plus it has bar-end metal trucks with tab couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Minimal flaws! The car is sharp -- very, very clean with crisp lettering!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8 original (HILLSIDE) box (end flap tuck tears; creases; minor stains). This box is solid: fairly clean, complete, square & sturdy -- and there is no tape anywhere! It is the correct box for this version of the 6464-75.
Another view of the box.

Just a very nice car in a very nice box.
6464-125 New York Central
Boxcar
======
E+
Un-run
OB
======
Yes $295
On
Hold
A first-production-run version, "NYC Pacemaker" boxcar that was NEVER USED! The couplers date this car as a 1954 item. It has bar-end trucks with magnetic couplers plus a body that is painted BOTH gray AND red with rubber-stamped lettering.
Photo of the other side.
Very, very clean car with crisp lettering and minimal flaws. Has the original inspection slip.
Photo of the inspection slip and an "aerial" view of the car.

Photo of the box.
Grade 9 original box (tears on both tucks; creases).
Another view of the box.

~~ This variation (painted both red & gray) is not easy to find nice and this car is sharp! The box is not an easy one to find in collector-quality condition -- and this box is a BRICK!
6464-150 Missouri Pacific
Boxcar
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E++
Un-run
OB
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Yes $225 A gorgeous M. P. boxcar from 1957 that was NEVER USED! Version with unpainted gray body (Type IIb) with royal-blue painted bands. Has the "Eagle" on left, leading "E" is 1/2 inch high, "NEW 3 54" on the left, "XME" on each side, solid-yellow (multi-block) doors and no grooves in roof. Has bar-end metal trucks with tab couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Very, very clean with sharp lettering and nice vibrant paint!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8 original box (creases; minor stains). A SOLID box clean, complete, square and sturdy -- plus there is no tape anywhere!
Another view of the box.

A sharp car in the correct "Late Classic" box for this version of the 6464-150!
6464-225 Southern Pacific
Boxcar
E+++/OB Yes $195
SOLD
A sharp black-painted SP boxcar (type IIa) from 1955: has white and yellow rubber-stamped lettering plus metal, bar-end trucks with tab couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Just gorgeous: very, very clean with nice lettering and sharp graphics.
Photo of the roof.
A very high-quality piece that will result in an upgrade for most collectors.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original box (tears; creases; scuffs; tape inside; "aged" look). A few flaws but the box is fairly clean, complete, square and sturdy.
Another view of the box.
The 6464-225 Southern Pacific Boxcar was sold from 1954 to 1956 but the "Middle Classic" box and the tab couplers help to date this piece as a 1955 car.

This SP boxcar is a nice, prototypical-looking piece of rolling stock in a very presentable box!

Click here to go to Our Archives Page to read more about 6464-225 Southern Pacific Boxcars.
6464-350 M-K-T Boxcar E+/OB Yes $295 Tuscan-red, painted "KATY" boxcar from 1956 only: version with unpainted dark cherry doors. Has white lettering plus bar-end metal trucks with tab couplers.
Photo of the other side.
A couple of chipped numbers in the weight data section on one side and that's about it for flaws. Overall this car is very, very clean with nice vibrant paint!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box
Grade 7 original box (missing one interior coupler flap; tears; tape inside; minor writing; minor creases; some dirt; one small scuff). A few flaws but the box is very presentable as it is square and sturdy!
Another view of the box.

We do not get many "KATY" boxcars as this one-year-only freight car is not easy to find. This car is sharp and the box is very, very hard to find!
6464-375 Central of Georgia
Boxcar
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E+++
Un-run
OB
======
Yes $175 Maroon & silver boxcar (Type IV body) from 1966 only: has maroon & white lettering, interior roof ribs, no "built date" on the sides plus late AAR trucks with operating couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Minimal flaws! The car is sharp: very, very clean with crisp lettering, vibrant silver paint and nice graphics -- plus it was NEVER USED!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8+ original box (tears; creases; store price sticker).
Another view of the box.
The box is SOLID: clean, complete, square and sturdy with a clear window that has no tears -- plus there is no tape anywhere!
Photo of the window.

A very high-quality, colorful car -- and in one of the nicest "6464-375" window boxes we have ever seen!
6464-400 Baltimore & Ohio
Boxcar
Ex./OB Yes $145 A B & O Time-Saver boxcar from 1956: unpainted royal-blue body (type IIb) with an orange-painted center slanted band, "BLT 5-54 / BY LIONEL" on the sides plus a silver-painted roof. Has metal, bar-end trucks with magnetic couplers.
Photo of the other side.
A few paint chips and some small stains in the roof plus some minor box rub on the sides and the edges of the catwalk ends. Overall the car is clean with sharp graphics and very strong lettering!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8 original box (tears; writing; minor discoloration; tape inside).
Another view of the box.
This box is solid -- clean, complete, square and sturdy! It is also the correct box for this (early version) Timesaver boxcar.

A good-looking boxcar in a very presentable box!
6464-450 Great Northern Boxcar E+++/OB Yes $175 A gorgeous GN boxcar from 1966: olive-painted (type IV) body with interior roof ribs: has an orange-painted middle side stripe bordered by upper & lower yellow stripes plus yellow & olive-green heat-stamped lettering. Has late AAR trucks with operating couplers.
Photo of the other side.
A very, very clean car with crisp lettering, vibrant paint and colorful, beautiful decals.
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box
Grade 8+ original window box (minor tears; creases; small scuffs; price sticker remnants).
Another view of the box.
The box is SOLID: clean, complete, square and sturdy with a clear window that has minimal flaws -- plus there is no tape anywhere!
Photo of the window.

A very high-quality, photogenic car -- in one of the nicest "6464-450" window boxes we have ever seen!
6464-475 Boston and Maine
Boxcar
E+/OB Yes $125
SOLD
A very nice B & M boxcar with bar-end, metal trucks and tab couplers from early 1957: unpainted medium-blue (type IIb) body with complete built date plus black & white, heat-stamped lettering and unpainted black, multi-block doors.
Photo of the other side.
The car is very, very clean with nice graphics and nice, crisp lettering!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8+ original box (one end flap is faded; small tears; writing); the box is solid: clean, complete, square, rather brick-like and there is no tape anywhere!
Another view of the box.

The earlier B & M boxcars are much harder to find than the ones produced with plastic trucks; this car is sharp and the box is equally as nice!
6464-500 Timken Boxcar ======
E+++
Un-run
OB
======
Yes $225 An unpainted, light-yellow Timken boxcar that was NEVER USED! Later "type IV" version from 1969: has a ribbed-roof interior, multi-block doors and no built date on the sides plus metal trucks with tab couplers. The body has a white-painted middle side band and black lettering.
Photo of the other side.
Minimal flaws! This car is simply stunning -- very, very clean with crisp lettering and beautiful graphics.
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7+ original ("HAGERSTOWN") box (tears; tape; stains). The box is solid: complete, fairly clean, square and sturdy! It is also the correct box for this version of the Timken boxcar.
Another view of the box.

A good-looking, very colorful, very attractive and very photogenic car in a very presentable box!
6464-515 M-K-T
Boxcar
E++/OB Yes $850 An ORIGINAL boxcar from the Girls' Set -- the "KATY" from 1957-58. Pastel-yellow painted body on a dark-yellow mold with black heat-stamped lettering plus pastel-blue painted multi-block doors. Has bar-end trucks with tab couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Minimal flaws! It is a very, very clean car with near-perfect lettering!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 6 original box (one un-original end flap; missing both interior coupler flaps; tears; tape; minor stains; small scuffs). A decent box even with the flaws as it is: fairly clean, square & sturdy.
Another view of the box.

This car does not show up in the marketplace very often as a separate sale item; if you are trying to build an original Girls' Set or if you are trying to complete your 6464 boxcar series, this car will certainly help!
Two different versions of the 6464-650 Rio Grande Boxcar:
6464-650 Rio Grande
Boxcar
E++/OB Yes $295
SOLD
D & R G W (type IIb) boxcar from 1957-58: version with "built date" plus metal trucks with tab couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Has an unpainted yellow body with silver painted roof and lower side bands with black heat-stamped lettering and black heat-stamped striping separating the yellow and silver.
Photo of the roof.
Minimal flaws! It is a very, very clean car with nice silver, sharp striping and crisp lettering.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8 original box (tears; scrapes; tape inside). A solid box: complete, clean, square & sturdy! It is the correct box for the early version of this car.
Another view of the box.

A sharp, very colorful, very attractive and very photogenic car in a very strong box!
6464-650 Rio Grande
Boxcar
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E+
Un-run
OB
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Yes $160 D & R G W boxcar from 1966 that was NEVER USED! Yellow and silver with black lettering and a silver roof. Later (type IV) version with AAR trucks and no built date.
Photo of the other side.
Minimal flaws! It is a very clean car with nice, bright silver and sharp lettering.
Photo of the roof

Photo of the box
Grade 6 original box (tears; creases; writing; window is wrinkled; mildly distorted).
Another view of the box.
This generic, over-labeled Hillside window box is still decent as it is clean & complete.
Photo of the front of the box.
An old price sticker and some writing on the box provide a little history of this boxcar: it was originally purchased on April 8, 1967 from the "Model Hobby Shop" -- a store located at 6129 W. Cermak Rd., in Cicero, Illinois!

A good-looking, very colorful, very attractive and very photogenic car!
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6464-825 Alaska Railroad
Boxcar
E+/OB Yes $550
SOLD
Yes, the ALASKA -- and this one is a "type IV" boxcar from 1960 only! Blue-painted on a gray mold with dark-yellow lettering and graphics. Has early AAR trucks with two operating couplers.
Photo of the other side.
A few light surface scratches on one side and that's about it for flaws. The car is very clean with beautiful graphics and sharp lettering!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 6 original box (missing one inner flap, the tuck piece & a piece of the end flap on one end and that end is taped shut; additional tape; creases; tears; scuffs; panel partially separated; missing the perforated push tab).
Another view of the box.
A very difficult box to find in any condition and even with the flaws, this box is decent.
Photo of the front of the box.
A sharp car with a good-looking Eskimo on both sides! The elusive "type IV" Alaska is a one-year-only boxcar that is rather difficult to find -- it is usually one of the last boxcars that a collector will acquire to complete the "6464 series."
6465 Gulf Tank Car E+ Yes $125
SOLD
Black-painted 2-dome tank car from 1958 only: has early AAR trucks with two operating couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Some light surface rust spots on the metal frame and that's about it for flaws; the car is very clean with nice lettering and graphics. Nothing is cracked and no plastic is missing.
An "aerial" view.

Very attractive and very prototypical -- and the black 6465 Gulf tank cars are not that easy to find this nice!
6467 "Miscellaneous" Car E++/OB Yes $125 A Bulkhead Car from 1956 only: red with white, heat-stamped lettering plus bar-end trucks with tab couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Minimal flaws -- the car is nice: very clean with nice crisp lettering! Has the original, truck supports, original stakes and original (intact) bulkhead ends!
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8 original box (tears; minor stains; "aged" look).
Another view of the box.
A solid box: complete, fairly clean, square and sturdy -- plus there is no tape anywhere!.

A sharp, prototypical piece of rolling stock for your layout and it is in a very strong and very difficult box is to find! Note that Lionel never furnished a load with this hard-to-find car.
6468 Baltimore & Ohio
Double-door

Boxcar
E+/OB Yes $ 95 A very nice B & O Automobile boxcar from 1953-55: glossy-blue painted version with white, heat-stamped lettering; has bar-end trucks with magnetic couplers.
Photo of the other side.
A few moisture spots in the paint plus a couple of discolored letters and that is it for flaws! The car is very clean with nice vibrant paint!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8 original box (minor tears; minor creases; minor dirt; scuffs; "aged" look). The box is solid: clean, complete, square & sturdy -- plus there is no tape anywhere!
Another view of the box.

A sharp-looking car in a very, very strong box!
Our Archives Page has more information on 6468 Baltimore & Ohio Boxcars.
6468 (X)Baltimore & Ohio
Double-door

Boxcar
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E++
Un-run
OB
======
Yes $625 The Tuscan version of the B & O Automobile boxcar from 1953-55: has white, heat-stamped lettering plus bar-end trucks with magnetic couplers. Catalogued by Lionel as "6468X" but only "6468" appears on the car.
Photo of the other side.
A little box rub on a couple of catwalk ribs and that is about it for flaws. It is a gorgeous car: very, very clean with nice vibrant paint & crisp lettering -- plus it was NEVER USED! Has the original inspection slip!
Photo of the inspection slip and an "aerial" view of the car.
Very unusual to find an unused item from the early 50s! This car is a very high-quality piece that will result in an upgrade for most collectors.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8+original box (tears; creases; tape on the inside; minor writing). It is a solid box: fairly clean, complete, square & sturdy! It is also the correct "X" box for the Tuscan version of this car.
Another view of the box.

It is a sharp-looking and rather RARE piece -- the nicest Tuscan B&O we have ever had and in one of the nicest 6468X boxes we have ever had!
Our Archives Page has more information on 6468 Baltimore & Ohio Boxcars.
6472 Refrigerator Car E+/OB Yes $110 All-original white refrigerator car with black, heat-stamped lettering: variation from 1950 -- the frame has corner steps plus staple-end trucks with magnetic couplers.
Photo of the other side.
Some scratches on the frame underside and a couple of weak (but very readable) letters in the data section on one side. The flaws are minor and the car is sharp: very, very clean with very nice lettering overall!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original box (missing one interior coupler flap; tears; creases; store stampings). A few flaws but this box is square and sturdy -- plus there is no tape anywhere. It is also the correct box from 1950 -- the longer style (measuring 10 1/4 inches) which is needed to accommodate the steps as the trucks cannot be turned around.
Another view of the box.
The old store advertising stampings provide a glimpse of the history of this item: it was originally sold by Treasure House, a famous store that was located at 27 Passaic Street in Garfield, NJ!

The 6472 Refrigerator Car is the non-operating version of the 3472 Milk Car. This one is nice and it comes in a very presentable box!
6477 "Miscellaneous" Car
with Pipes
Load:
See Notes

Car:
Ex.
Yes $ 45 A Bulkhead Car with pipes from 1957: earliest version with bar-end trucks, magnetic couplers and "6477" on the right.
Photo of the other side.
A couple of faded (but very readable) letters on one side plus the car has repro bulkhead ends, repro truck supports and repro pipes.
Photo of the pipes and an "aerial" view of the car.

The car is clean overall and completely intact! It is a great prototypical piece of rolling stock!
6501 Flatcar with
Jet Boat
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Load:
E+++

Car:
E+++
Un-run
OB
======
Yes $325 A "Jet Motor Boat Transport Car" from 1962-63 that was NEVER USED! Also known as the "Solid Fuel Motor Boat Transport Car." Catalogued by Lionel as "6501" but no number appears on the car.
Photo of the other side.
Red flatcar with white heat-stamped lettering carrying an ORIGINAL Boat with brown deck, white hull and jet nozzle. The flat has AAR trucks with operating couplers.
An "aerial" view of the car and the boat.
Flat is very, very clean with crisp lettering; Boat has the usual factory glue residue showing on the hull and that's it for flaws! It is nice -- very, very clean and all intact!
Photo of the instruction sheet and the packet of pellets.
Has the original instruction sheet #6501-14 (dated 7/62) and the original SEALED packet of sodium bicarbonate pellets!

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original (picture) box (missing the tuck on one end flap and that end is taped shut; tears; creases; remnants of an old price sticker; scuffs). A decent box even with the flaws as it has both end flaps plus it is clean, square and sturdy.
Another view of the box.

~~ A sharp car: clean, complete and in a very presentable box! It is one of the nicest 6501 Motor Boat Cars we have ever had!
Our Archives Page has more information on 6501 Jet Motorboat Cars.
6572 Railway Express Agency
Refrigerator Car
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E+
Un-run
OB
======
Yes $125 REA Reefer from 1963 that was NEVER USED! This one is the later light-green version with AAR trucks.
Photo of the other side.
Has dark-gold, heat-stamped lettering, functional "plug" doors and a silver control panel with simulated dials and a sliding cover.
A close-up of the unique control panel and the lettering around it.
Minimal flaws -- the car is clean with sharp graphics!
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Correct, original (picture) box is a grade 7 (tears; creases; scuffs). The box is solid: clean, complete, square & sturdy -- and there is no tape anywhere!
Another view of the box.

A good-looking, prototypical car in a strong box!
6656 Stock Car E++/OB Yes $150
SOLD
Bright lemon-yellow stock car with black heat-stamped lettering: earliest version from 1950 only with the "ARMOUR" decal on both sliding doors. Has staple-end trucks with magnetic couplers plus frame corner steps.
Photo of the other side.
A little box rub on the roof and that's about it for flaws! It is a gorgeous car: very, very clean with strong lettering and near-perfect decals! All four frame steps are intact and the frame is rust free!
Photo of the roof.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original box (missing both interior coupler flaps; tears; creases; tape inside).
Another view of the box.
It is a very presentable box as it has both end flaps and four inner flaps plus it is clean, square and sturdy! It is also the correct (longer) box for a 6656 with steps.

A rather scarce car and we have not had this version of the 6656 this nice in years!
6672 Santa Fe
Refrigerator Car
E++ Yes $ 90 The SFRD ("Santa Fe Refrigerator Despatch") reefer in 1:48 scale from 1955: white sides with brown doors and a brown roof plus bar-end trucks with tab couplers. Version with black lettering & the circled-L Lionel logo.
Photo of the other side.
The simulated refrigeration control panel with sliding metal cover makes the refrigerator car unique among the Lionel box cars.
A close-up of the simulated refrigeration control panel.
A sharp car -- very, very clean with nice crisp lettering and minimal flaws!
Photo of the roof.

A good-looking prototypical car! This reefer is also an important historical model: the SFRD was a railroad refrigerator car line established as a subsidiary of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway in 1884 to carry perishable commodities. The line competed with the Pacific Fruit Express.
6736 Detroit & Mackinac
Hopper
======
E++
Un-run
OB
======
Yes $ 95
SOLD
Red-painted Detroit & Mackinac open quad hopper from 1960 that was NEVER USED: has white heat-stamped lettering plus early AAR trucks with operating couplers.
Photo of the other side.
A few rub marks on the inside and that is it for flaws! It is very, very clean with gorgeous lettering, sharp graphics and nice vibrant paint!
Close-up of the Mackinac logo on one side.
Has the original spreader brace and the car is the earlier (and nicer) version with the clearly-defined face on the Mackinac Mac logo.
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7+ original box (tears; creases; tape inside).
Another view of the box.
A solid box: clean, square, sturdy & complete: (the panel is mostly intact with the push tab still there)!
Photo of the front panel.

Nice car in a decent box!
6800 Flatcar with Airplane Load:
E++

Car:
E+++
OB
Yes $225
SOLD
Red flatcar from 1957 (mold #6424-11 & "6800" on right) with an ORIGINAL (yellow over black) Airplane:
Photo of the other side.
Flat has white heat-stamped lettering plus metal, bar-end trucks with tab couplers.
An "aerial" view showing the car's decking and the top of the plane.
The flat is very clean with rust-free truck supports and gorgeous white lettering. Has a repro tie-down band.
Photo of the plane.
The Beechcraft "Bonanza" plane is very clean and with all tabs intact! It has the 6800-60 Lionel part number on the bottom identification plate.
Photo of the identification on the bottom of the plane.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original box (creases; tears; scrapes; tape on the inside). Some flaws but it is a very presentable box that is complete, clean, square and sturdy.
Another view of the box.
Has the original instruction sheet #6800-62 dated 11/57.
Photo of the instruction sheet.

~~ Sharp car, nice original load, strong box -- plus a seldom-seen instruction sheet.
Two different versions of the 6801 Boat Car:
6801 Flatcar with Boat Load:
E+++

Car:
E+++
OB
Yes $135 Flatcar with ORIGINAL (brown) Boat from 1957 only: red flat has white lettering with "6801" on right, mold #6511-2 and metal trucks with tab couplers. Boat: brown deck and a white hull.
Photo of the other side.
Gorgeous piece: the flat is very, very clean with nice crisp lettering; the boat is equally as nice: very, very clean with a very clear windshield and no cracks! Comes with a repro elastic tie-down.
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 8 original box (a few creases; minor tears; no inserts). A SOLID box: clean, square and very sturdy -- and there is no tape anywhere! It is also the correct box for this version of the 6801.
Another view of the box.

A nice piece in a very, very strong box!
6801
(-50)
Flatcar with Boat ======
Load:
E++

Car:
E+++
Un-run
OB
======
Yes $160
SOLD
Red flatcar from 1958-60 with ORIGINAL (yellow) Boat. Flat: mold #6511-2 with early AAR trucks and "6801" on left -- and it was NEVER USED! Boat: white-colored deck and a deep yellow hull.
Photo of the other side.
Gorgeous piece: the flat is very, very clean with nice crisp lettering; the boat is equally as nice -- clean with a very clear windshield and no cracks! Comes with a reproduction elastic tie-down band.
An "aerial" view of the flat and the boat.

Photo of the box.
Grade 7 original box (missing one interior coupler flap; tears; tape; creases; mildly distorted; no inserts). A few imperfections but the box is clean and sturdy -- plus it is not an easy box to find!
Another view of the box.

Nice all-original piece with the correct "-50" box.
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6821 Flatcar with
Crates
Load: E++

Car:
E+
OB
Yes $125 Red flatcar (mold #6511-2) with white heat-stamped lettering from 1959-60: has early AAR trucks with operating couplers and comes with the correct load: a tan molded cargo piece simulating crates.
Photo of the other side.
Minimal flaws! The car is very clean with nice, crisp lettering.
An "aerial" view.

Photo of the box.
Grade 6 original (perforated panel) box (missing the tuck on one end flap and that end is taped shut; tears; creases; cut on one side; mildly distorted).
Another view of the box.
A few flaws but the box is clean and sturdy -- plus it is a very, very hard box to find!
Photo of the front panel.

We have not had a 6821 Flat with crates in years!

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