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Old 12-20-2006, 04:01 PM
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I found a couple of engines lying around up in my attic. People that lived in our house before probably left them. I didn't know what they were and i was wondering if someone could identify them for me. Maybe tell me how much they would go for.
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Old 12-20-2006, 04:52 PM
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McCoy redhead 19. Arden 19 ignition, Testors 049, Cox TD 020, Cox Peewee 020. The McCoy and Arden should go over $100. The Testors cheap, and the Cox engines, particularly the TD,for more than $25, but less than $100. All worth putting on ebaY.
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Old 12-21-2006, 09:51 AM
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I think the Tee Dee .020 was selling near $100 new when production stopped. If it's not worth over $100 now it will soon be.
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Dear camtheman000

I am ineterested in buyin the lot of engines,I do live in Mexico and can send the money viia western union, If so, please let me know.Sorry for short English
MARRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Sure!. pm me with price offerings.
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The TD010 is a first issue with the red tank and glod case. Estes cheapened the motor and did away with the gold anodizing and went to a black tank. The old series usually commands more.
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Just curious, but how can you guys tell a TD 010 from a TD020 by the pictures and nothing for a size comparison?
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ORIGINAL: GWILLIE

Just curious, but how can you guys tell a TD 010 from a TD020 by the pictures and nothing for a size comparison?


I look at the glow head. The little prong and the raised area imediately around it. This is the same size on both engines. On the 010 that little prong looks like it takes up a lot of room on the head. It looks much smaller on the Pee Wee 020 because the head has a larger diameter.
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