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    Posted 1 year ago

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    Here is a selection of 1/87th scale Kenworth and MACK COE die cast trucks. Produced as kits by Ulrich during the 50's through the 80's, and possibly resurrected briefly in the 21st century as limited run ready built models. Various named trailers were paired with either Kenworth needle nose Tractors or MACK cab overs of single or tandem chassis. Tankers and Dump Truck versions were available as well. Mainly provided for the model railroad world but they make a nice collection on their own. I have more that are unbuilt in the boxes and probably will stay that way.

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    1. fortapache fortapache, 1 year ago
      Those are awesome. Perfect for a 50s layout.
    2. Searching1 Searching1, 1 year ago
      Very cool semi truck collection!!!! Love them all!!!
    3. SuperDuty900, 1 year ago
      those are soooo Koooool. That have such good detail!!!
    4. K45389, 1 year ago
      Thanks for the comments guys. There are a few more trailer/tanker names I'd like to acquire some day. Currently the most unique one I have is the one painted up for the Marklin trailer. This was done around 1980 when the Ulrich kits were sold through Walthers. Walthers and Marklin had made a special run of these and to commemorate this the kits came with a letter from Walthers (auto-pen autograph), a few photo cards showing the loading of the models in Germany? and the unloading of the models in Wisconsin. Each letter had a serial number written on it stating which kit it was in the run. Mine is kit #10! I've seen others number in the 200's, 300's and 400's. Going to be hard to find a lower number than #10! Ones gotta believe kit #1 and #2 reside at Walthers and Marklin offices.

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