NON-MARX FLAT CARS
 
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When Louis Marx went out of business the dies were bought by Model Power. Model Power cars can be identified by the scratched out circle where the MARX logo was on the bottom of the car. The other circle on the bottom now says "Made In China" instead of "Made in USA" or "Made In Hong Kong". The Marx logo on the tank cars is on the top of the frame, so it can only be seen when the tank is removed from the frame.

    Depressed Center
1. 98223 - ??? - Canadian National - Orange/Black - with wire reels
2. 98220 - 624 - Safety First - Red - with searchlight
3. 98221 - ??? - Santa Fe - Tuscan - with wire reels
4. 98222 - 8222 - Pennsylvania - Black - with wire reels
5. xxxxx - No Number - Santa Fe - Black - no load - may be a repaint
6. 98219 - 724 - Pennsylvania - Tuscan - with searchlight
7. 98453 - none - U.S. Army - Olive Drab - with searchlight

    Flat Cars

8. 98210 - ??? - Burlington Route - Red - with Log load
9. 98232 - ??? - Canadian Pacific - Black
10. 98160 - 62100 - Citi Service - Brown/Green - with Tanks load
11. 98161 - 6225 - Gulf - Blue/White - with Tanks load
12. 98231 - 4165 - Pennsylvania - Brown
13. 98230 - No number - AT&SF - Black
14. 98132 - ?? - Sonoma Wines - Red/Silver - with Tanks load
15. 98233 - 4100 - Southern - Green
16. 98163 - ?? - Water Car - Red/White - with tanks load
17. 98212 - 98212 - Weyerhauser - Green - with log load

    Flat Cars In Various Sets
18. Seasons Greetings - Green - with Tanks
19. Holiday Lane Express - Green / Yellow
20. North Pole Limited - Green - with Santa Sleigh
 
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