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       #111

    A train?
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       #112

    Bongo, your in the right general catagory
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       #113

    HO model train Gang Car
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       #114

    mckillwashere said:
    HO model train Gang Car

    99% so you got it Not HO but full size Lionel Trains Gang Car 50

    The 50 Gang car is a unique item created by Lionel. It is a small and inexpensive self-motorized unit creating plenty of action on a layout. With the Gang Car being sales success -- along with its ability to operate as an independant unit -- Lionel soon introduced several other self-motorized units into their consumer line. Products such as the 60 Trolley; 65 Handcar and 68 Executive Inspection Car are just a few examples where the small, self-motorized theme was used on other Lionel trains.

    The 50 Gang Car is a reliable and durable item. With only general maintenance, the Gang Car has proven to be a solid performer.
    Features
    The 50 Gang includes the following standard features: orange molded body, die-cast frame, two stationary and one moveable crewmen and a rubber bumper on each end.

    As the production cycle evolved, so did the variations. Listed below are some of the more significant changes along with the estimated year of change:
    • Ornamental Chrome Horn - For 1954, the horn was a two-piece assembly and mounted in the center of the brushplate cover. For 1955, the horn became a single unit and mounted on the right. Center horn versions are difficult to locate.
    • Bumpers - Early production versions -- estimated to be for a portion of 1954 -- were gray. All later production bumpers were blue.
    • Bumper Bracket - From 1954 until 1959, the bumper bracket was U-shaped. Beginning in 1960, the bracket was converted to an L-shape.
    • Crewmen - The common version has two stationary crewmen and a rotating olive man. The rare version -- from 1954 -- has two stationary olive crewmen and a rotating blue man.
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    Gang Car #50
    Part of the Postwar Celebration Series, the #50 Gang Car was first introduced in 1954 and remained in production for a decade. When one of the bumpers strikes an object on the track, the car changes direction. Our newest Postwar Celebration Series Gang Car features the 50ís
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       #115

    A Lionel No 50 Gang Car Lionel.
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       #116

    Dwarf said:
    A Lionel No 50 Gang Car Lionel.
    I just gave it to McKillwashere for his guess.


    P.S. I still have my original Gang Car from when I was a little kid
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       #117

    Actually I have Ho trains and n gauge trains :)
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       #118

    DocBrown said:
    Dwarf said:
    A Lionel No 50 Gang Car Lionel.
    I just gave it to McKillwashere for his guess.


    P.S. I still have my original Gang Car from when I was a little kid
    No worries Jack. I must have been looking for it based on what you and he said when you replied. Let him have it - I can't think of a thingummyjig ATM anyway.
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       #119

    Dwarf its all yours mate. Im horrible at this game :)
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