All About Postage Stamp Trains
All kits manufactured by Faller in Germany, including the American style kits. Many of these kits, now over 50 years old, are still in production. Note that I've never found any evidence that kit 4163 (which appears in the bus set instruction booklet) was ever released by Aurora.
Notes on the product detail pages: All of the contents of every kit are shown. Images of the parts are all presented at a consistent visual scale (note, there are many images). Parts colors are typical, although variations are frequent. All instructions are reproduced in their entirety (note, these are large images). Pages also include Faller's original packaging, as well as examples of rebrands, where available.
NOTE: Last 3 digits of the catalog number is the MSRP.
Buyer alert: Because it's rare to find kits that are still sealed, there's a chance that ones for sale are incomplete, or possibly stuffed with half-built walls or even random scraps from other unrelated kits (ask me how I know this). Sellers don't always verify what's in a box, or know what to look for if they do open it to check. Before buying any unsealed kit, ask for images of the contents, and compare them with what's on the detail pages in this section. More recommendations here.
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