12734Re: Need Info: Märklin set #8101
- Feb 1, 2003Chester, thanks for the information, I was trying to figure out what
prototype it was. What about scarcity? Is 5 years a long production
run for an item? Also, being so old is it rare or is it a fairly
common item for its age? I managed to get it for 100 bucks off of
ebay and was wondering if I got a good deal on it?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Christer Holm <cvf828j@t...>"
> Hi Jordon LaGroneinclude
> The Trainset 8101 was made in 5 years between 1978- 1982 and
> One Electric Express Locomotive Type BR 111 of the German Federal
> Railroad (DB).
> One Commuter Car Type Bnb 719 second class of the German Federal
> Railroad (DB).
> One Commuter Car Type ABnrzb 704 first and second class of the
> Federal Railroad (DB).scale,
> One Commuter Car with Baggage Compartment and Engineer's Cab Type
> BDnf 735 second class
> of the German Federal Railroad (DB).
> Hope this help
> Christer Holm, Sweden
> --- In email@example.com, "beavis6664 <beavis281@h...>"
> <beavis281@h...> wrote:
> > Hi, newbie here. Not new to model railroading, but new to Z
> > because HO is way too big for my college dorm.know
> > I purchased this set #8101 off of Ebay about a week ago, and I
> > almost nothing about it. I know the engine is different than mostalso
> > other Märklin class 111 electric locomotives, because it has
> > white/red directional lights in one end of the locomotive, and
> > red/white lights in the tail car. I had read somewhere on thedon't
> > internet that the set was produced in the early 80s (which I
> > doubt because the box has lots of shelf wear, and the locomotive
> > didn't run very well til I cleaned it out and oiled it), but that
> > all I know about it. If anyone has any information about what I
> > purchased it would be very much appreciated.
> > Jordon LaGrone
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