PURCHASE OF LOCOMOTIVES & TRAIN CARS - QUALITY & WARRANTY GUARANTEE
Old Dominion Railways - LGB Trains is An Authorized LGB Service Service Approved by LGB/Marklin Inc. USA
Old Dominion Railways inspects and tests each LGB locomotive it sells to ensure it meets the highest performance standards, including the motor block's wheels, carbon brushes and gears; gear grease and axle oil are refreshed, and on steam engines, driving rod joints are re-oiled. Any component or device not working properly is repaired or replaced, such as light bulbs, smoke units, reed switches, carbon brushes, idler gears, etc. Old Dominion Railways only sells new or like-new locomotives which undergo this rigorous testing and reconditioning, and certifies their mechanical, electrical and sound system performance excellence.
WARRANTY: LGB Locomotives produced during 1968 - 2006 by the original LGB Company, Ernst Paul Lehmann Patentwerk, Germany, no longer have factory warranties even if they are brand new items. The LGB Company went into bankruptcy in 2006, but the rights to the LGB engineering and manufacturing data were bought by Marklin Trains Germany, and they now produce LGB locomotives and rolling stock in their factory in Hungry. Old Dominion Railways provides a 12 months warranty on each designated "brand new" and "like-new" LGB locomotive produced by the original LGB Company as follows: If the factory-installed gear box and/or Buhler motor should operationally fail during the 12 months warranty period after the purchase date, return the locomotive to Old Dominion Railways and it will be repaired at no cost to the buyer.......all shipping costs are the responsibility of the buyer.
ESTIMATED SHIPPING COSTS: The Shopping Cart's FedEx Home Delivery/Ground or USPS Priority Mail shipping charges for the below LGB or Bachmann locomotives is an estimate. After packaging your item, I will contact you if the actual shipping charges with insurance and signature receipt delivery are more than you paid; likewise, I will refunded any excess shipping charges back to you. Locomotives are carefully packaged normally in a 32x12x12 inch shipping box surrounded by cushioning material such as foam peanuts to protect your locomotive from damage during transportation.