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Old 07-04-2011, 10:26 PM   #1
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HO Code 100 NS flex track & brass: cheap

I have 7 pieces of HO scale flex track, code 100 nickel silver and a partial piece of flex that's about a foot and a half long. Far from new condition. It has some kinks and a couple have some broken ties but the majority of it is still plenty use-able if pinned down. Would be perfect for cutting up for shorter pieces if needed. I'd keep but I want to go with code 83 track so I won't be using it. I have plenty of other code 100 around if a project comes up.

Also have 5 pieces of straight and 9 pieces of 18" radius in brass. These are old and several are soldered together. Probably not the greatest to run on but somebody might be able to paint it and use it somewhere for looks.

If somebody can use it, I'll send it all to you for $10 plus the cost of shipping, which i think would be minimal. I'll take paypal.
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