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4MFOR 46952 DB AG KBS 443 W. DINGO 1 GEN. DEFENSE TRANSPORT CAR

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN ... STILL AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS!Prototype:German Railroad Inc. (DB AG) type KBS 443 Stake Car. German Federal Army Dingo ATF type general purpose transport vehicle. The vehicle has an armored interior built on a standard chassis for all terrain use. Model:The car has side walls modelled from the pressed metal prototype with 20 stake receptacles; stakes are included.Length over buffers: 157 mm / 6.28 inches.Load of one metal model of the military vehicle Dingo 1 (see also: 18505 the vehicle is the same as model 18505 but with different identifying marks). Load restaints included. Highlights: Load is complete new tooling Metal superstructure Very detailed construction Authentic camouflage paint scheme Separately applied details and fine lettering

44.95EUR

4MFOR 46954 DB AG KBS 443 WITH 2 MB WOLF ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN ... STILL AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS!Prototype:German Railroad Inc. (DB AG) type KBS 443 Stake Car. German Federal Army Wolf type light GL Truck. Military version of the civilian Merceds-Benz G Class with a short wheelbase and a tarp. Model:The car has side walls modelled from the pressed metal prototype with 20 stake receptacles; stakes are included.Length over buffers: 157 mm / 6.28 inches.Load of two metal models of the military vehicle Wolf (see also: 18500 the vehicles are the same as model 18500 but with different identifying marks). Load restaints included. Highlights: Load is complete new tooling Metal superstructure Very detailed construction Authentic camouflage paint scheme Separately applied details and fine lettering

52.95EUR

4MFOR 46955 German Federal Army KBS 443 W. 5T GL MILITARY TRUCK

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN ... STILL AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS!Prototype:German Railroad Inc. (DB AG) type KBS 443 Stake Car. German Federal Army type 5T GL Military Truck (4 x 4). Model:The car has side walls modelled from the pressed metal prototype with 20 stake receptacles; stakes are included.Length over buffers: 157 mm / 6.28 inches.Load of one metal model of the military vehicle 7T GL Military Truck (see also: 18530 the vehicle is the same as model 18530 but with different identifying marks). Load restaints included. Highlights: Load is complete new tooling Metal superstructure Very detailed construction Authentic camouflage paint scheme Separately applied details and fine lettering

42.95EUR

4MFOR 46957 German Federal Army TRANSPORT FOR 2 KURIER VEHICLES

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN ... STILL AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS!Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) type Kls 443 low side car. Type 0,4t tmil (VW 181) passenger vehicle in the standard version with a hardtop. Type Series: Kls DB + 2 x VW 181Model: The railroad car has side walls modeled from the pressed metal prototype. Length over the buffers 15.7 cm / 6-3/16". The 2 models of the military vehicle are constructed of metal and have detailed plastic parts. They are also lettered with different identifying marks. Length for each model approximately 4.5 cm / 1-3/4". Highlights:   Military vehicles are new tooling. Metal construction. Detailed construction. Authentic paint scheme and lettering.

39.95EUR

4MFOR 46960 German Army TRANSPORT SERVAL SPECIAL USE VEHICLES

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN ... STILL AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS!Prototype: German Railroad, Inc. (DB AG) type Kls 443 low side car. "Serval" all-terrain vehicle specially equipped for Special Commando Forces (KSK). Readied for foreign use. Model: The railroad car has side walls modeled from the pressed metal prototype. Length over the buffers 15.7 cm / 6-3/16". The 2 models of the military vehicle are constructed of metal and have other components made of detailed plastic parts. Length for each model approximately 6.5 cm / 2-9/16". Highlights Military vehicles are new tooling. Military vehicles constructed of metal. Detailed construction. Authentic camouflage paint scheme.

52.95EUR

Marklin / Hübner 7006 TEMPO 3-WHEELER CAR WITH DRIVER

Completely Sold Out at Märklin / Hübner Scale: 1:32 (Track 1)Manufacturer: TempoType of car: HanseatComplete with driverIncluding protective show display Tempo three wheeler, which later became Hanomag-Henschel before being sold to Mercedes Benz. For many years the well-known company Hübner Feinwerk Technik GmbH produced these fine scale '1' models.

24.95EUR

Marklin 00767 RED MARKER LIGHTS REFRIGERATOR CARS

PLEASE NOTE: PRICE IS FOR ONE (1) CAR! PLEASE ALSO INDICATE WHICH TYPE OF CAR(S) YOU WANT TO ORDER ...Prototype: 4 type lbdlps 383 (former Tnfhs 38) refrigerator cars in neutral paint and lettering schemes, 4 type lbdlps 383 refrigerator cars painted and lettered for the Baden State Brewery Rothaus AG. All of the cars look as they did around 1979.Model: All of the cars have factory-installed red LED marker lights. Center conductor pickup shoes provide power pickup. All of the cars have different car numbers. Each car comes individually packaged in marked boxes. Minimum radius for operation for the refrigerator car 360 mm / 14-3/16". Length over the buffers for each refrigerator car 13.9 cm / 5-1/2".Highlights: All of the cars have factory-installed red LED marker lights. All of the cars have different car numbers. Available individually at this authorized dealer in a well-arranged display. One-time series!

39.95EUR

Marklin 00773 DB OPPELN INTERCHANGE DESIGN FREIGHT CARS SET

AVAILABLE THROUGH US, WHILE STOCK LASTS ... COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN!PLEASE NOTE: PRICE IS PER CAR!Prototype: Different type Ghs "Oppeln" interchange design freight cars built with welding technology, used on the German Federal Railroad (DB). Version with a short frame without a brakeman's platform or brakeman's cab.Model: We still only have 6 of these cars available. All of the cars have different car numbers. Each of the cars comes packaged individually and marked. Length over the buffers for each car 10.4 cm / 4-1/8". DC wheel set for each car 2 x 700580.Highlights: Completely new tooling for the "Oppeln" family of freight cars. Road numbers for long trains. One-time series ... COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN! Fast Freight Cars. The general efforts to make rail service more attractive and faster also influenced the German State Railroad Company's (DRG) purchasing policy regarding freight cars. Slow freight trains blocked the increasingly faster passenger trains in many places and the utilization of the routes thereby did not achieve the desired mass. The decision was therefore made to develop new freight cars in the medium term that could run fast. A condition for increasing the speed was to improve the operational smoothness provided by the longer wheelbases. After several experiments at the beginning of the Thirties with freight cars from the "Dresden" family of cars with a wheelbase of 7.7 meters / 25 feet 3-1/8 inches, the green light was given for development of a new car type that would not cause problems in everyday use. Most of the DRG's track scales could only handle a length of 7 meters / 22 feet 11-5/8 inches, so the engineers were required to design the ideal mean for a freight car on the basis of length, speed, load capacity, and suitability for operation. The result was a car built entirely using welding technology, with a wheelbase of 7 meters / 22 feet 11-5/8 inches, a load surface of 24.2 square meters / 260.49 square feet, and a tare weight of 15 metric tons. The new car family name "Oppeln" was created for these new, fast boxcars, and 1,663 units were built between 1934 and 1937.Features:

24.95EUR

Marklin 00780-03 CLAAS ARES TRACTOR

AVAILABLE THROUGH US, WHILE STOCK LASTS ... COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN!Prototype: CLAAS "Ares" tractor. Model: The vehicles come individually packaged with a plastic base and a clear plastic cover. Available are: 00780-03 Claas "Ares" tractor (2x).Highlights: Metal models with separately applied plastic parts. Presentation in an attractive display.   An attractive electric locomotive to go very well with this Set is the 39342 DB AG CLAAS Class 152 which is also available through us! PLEASE NOTE: price is for one (1x) CLAAS Farm Machinery ONLY!  

24.95EUR

Marklin 00794 DB DRESDEN SHORT VERSION FREIGHT CAR 2010

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN ... BUT AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS! PLEASE NOTE: PRICE IS FOR ONE (1X) CAR AND PLEASE ALSO STATE TYPE OF CAR WITH YOUR ORDER!Prototype: Different German Federal Railroad (DB) freight cars from the former "Dresden" interchange type Gl. Short version with a length of 12,100 mm / 39 feet 8-3/8 inches, without handbrakes, brakeman's platform, and brakeman's cab. Prototypical versions without end wall doors as type Gl(r) 22 and with high and low end wall doors as type Glt(r) 23. The cars look as they did around 1960.Model: The car types come in an attractive display, 10 of each type without simulated end wall doors as the type Gl(r) 22, 5 of each type with simulated high end wall doors as the type Bauart Glt(r) 23, and 5 of each type with simulated low end wall doors as the type Glt(r) 23. All of the cars have different car numbers. All of the cars have truss rods and additional steps. Each car comes individually packaged in a marked box. Length over the buffers per car 13.9 cm / 5-1/2". DC wheel set per car 2 x 700580. Available are: 00794-02 / 00794-06 and 00794-10Highlights: "Dresden" group freight cars as new tooling. Available individually at your authorized dealer. Different car numbers for long trains. One-time series!

26.95EUR

Marklin 10900 METAL POWER SHOVEL WITH DEEP BUCKET LIM.ED. 2004

BRAND NEW AND COMPLETE IN MARKLIN FACTORY SEALED SHIPPING BOX! Prototype: Menck, built from 1950-1956. Universal power shovel, as it is still used in many construction applications to this day. Model: Challenging construction set model of a typical power shovel from the 50's with detailed instructions. All essential functions like raising/lowering the boom, the deep bucket, and turning the superstructure, can be represented. Chassis with working chain. One-time series on occasion of 90 years Marklin Metal Construction Sets in 2004! Product info: Please note: All threads are metric. 4707 pieces. Packaged in a representative wooden box, with instruction booklets. Model dimensions: Length app. 100 cm / 39-3/8", width 38 cm / 14-31/32", height 85 cm / 33-15/32" (middle boom position). Model weight: app. 17 kg. / 37.48 pounds! Prototype information: Menck & Hambrock was founded in 1868 in Northern Germany by Adolf Menck and Diedrich Alexander Hambrock, and over a longer period it was one of the most significant European manufacturers of power shovels. As early as 1869 the company introduced their first developments. The company’s heyday started in 1891 with the construction of steam-powered cranes. The first bucket power shovel was developed in 1904. Menck shipped the first crawler power shovels in 1922. In 1978, the history of the Menck power shovels came to an end. Many thousands of power shovels had been produced, some of which are still performing their extraordinary services. Menck M 75 The M 75 was introduced in 1949. As the first power shovel in some parts it introduced the later visual form of all Menck power shovels. The M 75 was offered on the market until the mid 1950’s. Its performance range was then handled by the newly-developed types M 60 and M 90.

1,349.00EUR

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Marklin 15963 V60 DIESEL LOC 1963/64 JIG SAW PUZZLE 1,000 PCS.

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN ... BUT AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS!FACTORY NEW AND COMPLETE!Marklin Nostalgia Catalogue 1963/64 jig saw puzzle size: 48 x 68 cm / 19.2 x 27.2 inches 1,000 pieces Warning! Not suitable for children under 3 years due to small parts. Choking hazard!

14.99EUR 7.49EUR

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Marklin 15965 PAINTING BY NUMBERS 3048 CLASS O1 STEAM LOCO

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN ... BUT AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS!FACTORY NEW AND COMPLETE!complete with all paints, tools and instruction size: 25 x 50 cm / 10 x 20 inches All Painting by Number Kits require no mixing of paint colors. Each kit contains all the acrylic paints pre-mixed and ready for painting. The pre-mixed, ready-for-use non-fading acrylic paints based on water are an essential component. The paint canvas is a strong 2mm laminated grey cardboard with clearly printed outlines and colors. Made in Germany.

39.99EUR 19.99EUR

Marklin 16064 JOLANDA REPLICA STEAM SHIP / 150 YEARS

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN ... BUT AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS! Model: Reproduction of a Märklin propeller-driven steam ship from around 1910. The hull and the superstructure are constructed of metal. The ship comes with an anchor chain with an anchor. The anchor can be raised with a sprocket wheel. The ship has a movable ladder on the larboard and starboard sides. The superstructure parts, intake guides, rescue boats, masts with the rigging, etc. are finely represented. The ship has a built-in windup motor for driving the ship's propeller. The rudder can be moved with the wheel on the deck. A wave base that can be rolled is included and the ship can placed on it for decoration and can be moved with it. Length of the ship approximately 82.0 cm / 32-1/4". Highlights: The ship will float. Windup mechanism included.                           One-time series on occasion of Features:    

1,900.00EUR

Marklin 18030 LANZ EILBULLDOG TRACTOR INSIDER CLUB 2013

Prototype: Lanz Eilbulldog Tractor.Model: This is mostly new tooling for a Lanz-Eilbulldog tractor. The vehicle is constructed mostly of metal. This is a version with a driver and tail pipe. The metal wheels have rubber tires. Vehicle length approximately 7.5 cm / 3".Highlights: Late realization of a vehicle planned earlier but not achieved until now. Superstructures constructed mostly of metal. The perfect add-on to the five-part series of replica vehicles (18023, 18032, 18031, 18034, and 18029) and the 18038 fire truck. Certificate of authenticity included. Historic design for the packaging. The 18030 Lanz Eilbulldog was being produced in the year 2013 in a one-time series only for Insider members.

49.95EUR

Marklin 18039 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ FIRE DEPARTMENT ROTARY CRANE 2017

Prototype: Magirus-Deutz curved hood truck with a rotary crane superstructure. Highlights: Continuation of the popular series of metal vehicles. Largely new tooling. Metal superstructures. The perfect add-on for the five-part series of replica vehicles (18023, 18032, 18031, 18034, and 18029) and the 18038 fire department equipment truck. Certificate of authenticity. Green/white cardstock packaging in an historic design. Model: The superstructure and the cab are constructed of die-cast metal and the floor is constructed of sheet steel. The boom is made of plastic and the metal wheels are turned parts with rubber tires. The model has many working functions such as the rotating boom that can be adjusted for height and the crane hook that can be raised and lowered by a hand crank. The running boards, bumpers, and blue warning lights are picked out in different colors. A certificate of authenticity is included. Length 16 cm / 6-5/16".One-time series for Marklin Insider Club members ONLY!

59.99EUR

Marklin 18103 REPRODUCTION MODEL CARS SET / 150 YEARS

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN ... BUT AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS!PLEASE NOTE: PRICE IS PER CAR ... PLEASE STATE QUANTITY AND TYPE WITH YOUR ORDER !Prototype: Different automobiles of the Opel "Manta", Ford "Capri", Audi "100 Coupe", and BMW "2000".Model: The bodies and floors of these automobiles are made of die-cast metal. The interiors and the wheel rims are made of plastic. The cars have rubber tires. The bumpers and the headlights are set off in colors different from the rest of the automobiles. Each type of automobile comes in 3 different colors. The automobiles come individually packaged and marked. Length of the Opel approx. 100 mm / 3-15/16", length of the Ford approx. 100 mm / 3-15/16", length of the Audi approx. 106 mm / 4-3/16", and length of the BMW approx. 101 mm / 4". Highlights: Reproduction of classics. Reproductions produced with the original tooling of the former models. Packaging made of cardboard in an historic design. One-time series on occasion of

29.95EUR

Marklin 18310 UNIMOG GENERAL PURPOSE VEHICLE 2009

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN ... BUT AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS!Prototype: “Unimog” general-purpose vehicle with these accessories: a trailer for logs, 1 dump body, 1 water tank, 1 frontend loader, 1 roller, and 1 power shovel. Model: The body and the flatbed for the tractor are made of die-cast metal, have metal floors, and plastic wheels. The bumpers and the “jeweled headlights” are set off in colors different from the rest of the vehicle. The vehicle length without accessories is approx. 9.5 cm / 3-3/4". The accessory parts are made of metal and partly of plastic. Highlights: Reproduction of a classic with a broad assortment of accessories. All of the parts are produced from the original tooling for the former model. Packaging made of cardboard in an historic design. One-time series on occasion of

89.95EUR

Marklin 18752 FIRE DEPARTMENT TRUCK

SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN SINCE 2006, BUT ONE LAST ONE AVAILABLE THROUGH US ...Prototype: Büssing type 650 "Equipment Truck".Model: This fire department vehicle is made mostly of metal with separately applied plastic parts, separately applied windows, and real rubber tires on detailed rims. Separately applied side markers. Equipment platform with separately applied ladders, equipment chests, and other elements. Finely modeled and imprinted radiator grill. Hose tender on the rear. Length 110 mm / 4-3/8".

25.00EUR

Marklin 18753 FIRE DEPARTMENT TRUCK

SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN SINCE 2006, BUT TWO LAST ONES AVAILABLE THROUGH US ...Prototype: Büssing type 650 "Equipment Truck".Model: This fire department vehicle is made mostly of metal with separately applied plastic parts, separately applied windows, and real rubber tires on detailed rims. Separately applied side markers as well as a roof load with separately applied ladders and other elements. Finely modeled and imprinted radiator grill. Hose tender on the rear. Length 100 mm / 3-7/8".

25.00EUR

Marklin 26495 MONTREAL LIMITED PASSENGER TRAIN L.E. 1,999 / 2013

COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AT MARKLIN ... BUT AVAILABLE THROUGH US WHILE STOCK LASTS!Prototype: Alco PA-1 double A unit heavy-duty diesel locomotive with 5 streamliner passenger cars painted and lettered for the American railroad Delaware & Hudson. The train ran in the mid-Seventies under the name "Montreal Limited" between New York and Montreal, Quebec.Highlights: Limited worldwide to 1,999 pieces! Number boards on the sides are lighted. Model: The locomotive has an mfx digital decoder and extensive sound functions. Each A unit has controlled high-efficiency propulsion. 2 axles powered on each A unit. Traction tires. The headlights change over with the direction of travel, will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The Mars light can be controlled separately. The lights and lighting are maintenance-free, warm white LEDs. All of the cars have factory-installed interior lighting. The observation car has a red marker light. The cars draw their power from the observation car via current-conducting couplings. Total train length is approximately 173.5 cm / 68-5/16".One-time series of 1,999 pieces!Prototype information:Like many other American railroads, the Delaware & Hudson Railway (D&H) at the start of the Sixties displayed little remaining interest in its most famous passenger trains, the "Montreal Limited" (an overnight train) and the "Laurentian" (a daytime train) between New York City and Montreal in Canada. In 1964 the D&H even announced the discontinuation of both of their prestige trains. However, the outcry was great and the railroad bowed unwillingly to the demands of its passengers. In 1967, Frederic "Buck" Dumaine became the new president of the D&H. He was a great supporter of passenger service and began immediately to buy up used rolling stock in order to spruce up these rolling advertisements for the D&H. Four ALCO PA1 diesel locomotives (as D&H road numbers 16 - 19) were acquired from the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway (ATSF) and different passenger cars were acquired from the Denver und Rio Grande Western Railroad (D&RGW). Repainted into the unmistakable blue-silver-yellow paint scheme of the D&H, both of these prestige D&H trains brought back once more the great flair of the great era of long-distance passenger trains. In 1971, most of the long-distance passenger trains were taken over by the newly established government railroad Amtrak and along with them the D&H trains between New York and Montreal. Amtrak decided however to cancel these trains, and the "Laurentian" made its last run on April 30, 1971. Yet, in 1974 the locomotives and cars experienced a renaissance, when Amtrak decided to offer a passenger train again between New York and Montreal. With the motive power and rolling stock provided by the D&H, a passenger train on this route ran for the first time again on August 5, 1974, now under the name "Adirondack". The D&H had its four ALCO PA1s modernized specially for this. This was done by Morrison-Knudsen, whereby the maintenance-intensive 16-cylinder diesel motors (type 244) were replaced by improved 12 cylinder motors (ALCO model 251). Among railroad enthusiasts moreover the ALCO PA units were rated as the most beautiful and aesthetic diesel locomotives that had ever been built. These modernized locomotives pulled the "Adirondack" with its D&H rolling stock until March of 1977. From this time on Amtrak took over the "Adirondack" with its gas turbine powered "Turboliners".

999.00EUR