There are some that I might be interested in, Like the Coors, Edelweiss, and Freeport Sulphur cars. There are others I can't tell because I can't see them very well. It would be good if you had better pics of them...
Awesome that you all inherited the collection!
When people get tired of their trains, they usually put them in their boxes and store the boxes. As a result, there are a LOT of old model railcars out there--far more than there are buyers. The market is glutted with old railcars.
If you follow the suggestions given above, you might get some money for the collection.
PS. Those guys who offered to buy certain cars from you--they weren't joking about the prices they offered.
Never heard of this before
A sad end to someone's hobby.
My grandson attended a somber basement estate sale... $20 cover charge, strict social distancing w/masks. I'm not sure why the items weren't put up for auction. Maybe the cover fee made it worthwhile. Maybe with the virus, an auction...
I liked my athearn sd90mac so much, I bought a second one ...this time UP.
But I then noticed the sd80mac is possibly appearing later this year.
The outside details are very similar to the 90 but a different prime mover (from what I gather on Wikipedia).
I wonder if sounds a noticably...
The search has ended
I've been looking for these for a quite a few years... they disappeared in these parts right after they were announced.
They happened to be hidden behind pallets of new LHS stock that kept getting placed in front of them... for all this time. Must've...
A challenging resin kit.
I got this because... well just because.
I'm a caboose fan. Can't help myself.
When complete, this kit is much more detailed than any RTR model... hands down.
But it's at the upper limits of my ability at this point in my age bracket...