Troublesome Truck #3

This Troublesome Truck #3 Is Ready-to-Roll On Your Thomas and Friends HO/OO Scale Layout from Bachmann. Suitable for Ages 8 and Older.

Bachmann Troublesome Truck #3 HO Scale Thomas-the-Tank Electric Car #77025
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 Bachmann # bac77025
$19.39
 
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Bachmann Item # bac77025
Specifications :
  • Scale: HO/OO
  • Bachmann Product Number: 77025
  • Walthers Product Number: 160-77025
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 57
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"Troublesome Truck #3"
meAlex
...I have an exact fit with this piece/item for the layout - identifying it with the catalog selection item listings was flawless ... thanks for the upkeep/maintenance and upgrade of your website it allows for fantastic shopping experiences ...this is a quality purchase, very reasonably priced with many uses/ applications ...I will purchase more products , without hesitation , as my needs arise

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Features

  • International style hook and loop couplers on each end.
  • Four metal wheels.
  • For use on HO/OO scale track (compatible with Bachmann's E-Z Track).

Specs

  • Scale: HO/OO
  • Bachmann Product Number: 77025
  • Walthers Product Number: 160-77025
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 57

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One Troublesome Truck #3


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"Item came apart but looks great"
bandfan225
This item is a good representation of the cattle wagon as seen in the Thomas and Friends series! However if one is modeling in the classic series, the color is usually brown, not green. They are not usually seen with faces either. There were problems though. I ordered three of these at once, and when I opened the package, all of them came apart; the top came off of the chasis from me just holding it. There are no screws holding the top part and the chasis together, just glue. So I definitely recommend reinforcing the gluing with an additional strong adhesive to ensure that it doesn't easily come apart. I painted them dark brown, and I removed the face and put it on some other rolling stock, such as ventilated vans, salt wagons, and open wagons.

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