Rivarossi 4-6-4 Hudson J3A Steam Locomotive w/ Gateway Pass 12 Wheel Tender HO

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This impressive Rivarossi 4-6-4 Hudson J3A Steam Locomotive with Gateway Pass 12 Wheel Tender is a must-have for adult collectors and train enthusiasts. Its black color and intricate details make it a great addition to any model railroad and train collection. Made of plastic and metal, this 1:87 scale locomotive and tender bring back the vintage charm of classic trains. The locomotive features a tender and is designed for a two-rail system. With a corporate road name of Gateway Pass, this steam locomotive is perfect for those who love train-themed toys and hobbies. The product is made in Italy and is a replica of the beloved Hudson J3A Steam Locomotive. Add this piece of history to your collection today!
This is the actual item that is for sale in the pictures. The locomotive is untested and has its front guard removed with all parts appearing to be present. The tender has loose weights rattling around inside and one screw on bottom of tender missing. The locomotive appears to be in very good condition otherwise. This locomotive is a little dusty and needs cleaning by the future buyer. Buyers who are purchasing this are knowing that they are buying an item as is and untested. Comes with only what is seen in the pictures. Comes from a smoke free home. See pictures. This does come with a box.

Will not ship outside of the United States except to US Protectorates and APO/FPO Addresses. Will pack to a professional standard with collectors in mind. This item may require a signature confirmation of delivery.

Our return policy is as follows:
If a buyer purchases a new sealed item and it has been opened; then this will void a return. If a buyer has used or altered any item from its original condition when the item was sold, then a return will not be accepted.

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The Rivarossi 4-6-4 Hudson J3A Steam Locomotive w/ Gateway Pass 12 Wheel Tender HO is evocative, to say the least, but that's why you're drawn to it in the first place.

Inventory Last Updated: Feb 20, 2024