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1930’s American Flyer Cast Aluminum Zephyr

Tom is into Pre-War O scale:

“I have an American Flyer 9900 Burlington Zephyr set. I think this old beauty is from 1935-36. It is cast aluminum. I have the engine #9900 and 3 cars, #9911 REA car, #9912 observation car and the 9912 coach car. I have had this set since I was born.

Now that I am retired, I would like to fully restore it. I need things like decals, exhaust stack and a few other odds and ends. Can anyone give me a solid lead on who, where, I can chase parts? I would also like to find the 4th car which contained the whistle. Any help will be greatly appreciated.”

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  • Anthony Germagliottisays:

    HI Tom
    Look on ebay or just google american flyer parts there are a lot of parts out there
    i am a postwar guy myself and where i am there is alot of flyer parts out there i know there is a guy
    in conn. that has alot of flyer parts ,l know its going to be a challange but thats the fun of the hobby good luck tony

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