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You are looking at a really useful book.  This is Dr. Tinker Repairs Toy Trains, Volume Two, a very desirable out of print book full of tips for repairing your toy trains.  It is a softcover.

David Laughridge, known as Doctor Tinker presents the remainder of his articles and letter that appeared in O Gauge Railroading magazine in the 1990s. In volumne 2, Dr. Tinker tells about nuts, bolts, screws and fastners and why it is important to get "just the right one." A special section is given to the important question of restoration and repainting. Ever see paint "crackle"? David will tell you how to fix it.

This simple-but-effective book enables you to fix repairs to almost any Lionel piece made from 1945 to 1960. Many tricks originally thought to be difficult or impossible, are explained in detail by a person who was in the manufacturing process when they were made. Whether you are getting your trains out storage after years in the attic or trying to solve a vexing problem, you will probably find the answers here.

Chapters include

  • Nuts, Nolts, Screws
  • Rolling Stock Repairs
  • Operating Accessories
  • Transformers
  • Whistle Controllers
  • Restoration & Repainting
  • Layout Tips
  • More

CONDITION:  New copy. Listed as like new due to a slight crease back cover top corner. Otherwise, new old stock. Still smells new!