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Trolleys - Lehigh Valley Transit (LVT) Liberty Belle

Part #DescriptionPrice
1-125240  LVT Liberty Bell Trolley Kit * n.a.
1-125241  LVT Liberty Bell Jewett Trailer Kit (dummy) * n.a.
1~125245  LVT Trolley Painted & Lettered * n.a.
1~125246  LVT Tuscan & Yellow Dummy Trolley * n.a.

HO Trolley bodies are all metal, with assembled and track tested mechanisms. The bodies must be cleaned and painted.  Recommended minimum radius 9". Dummy Trolley Pole included.  Operating pole available seperately. 

Can Motor Adaptor Mechanisms:  Repower your older model HO trolley car with our new HO trolley adaptor mechanisms.  Included is a die cast floor, can motor and mounting hardware for adapting your trolley body to our new can motor drive.  Our adaptor mechanism is fully assembled and track tested. 

Part #DescriptionPrice
1-125141  Mechanism to Adapt Old Bowser PCC to Can Motor * n.a.
1-125142  Mechanism to Adapt Bachmann PCC to Can Motor * n.a.
1-125143  Mechanism to Adapt Bachmann Brill to Can Motor * n.a.
1-125144  Mechanism to Adapt Old Bowser Brill to Can Motor * n.a.
1-125145  Mechanism to Adapt Bowser IRR to Can Motor * n.a.
1-125146  Mechanism to Adapt Bowser LVT & Jewett to Can Motor * n.a.

Model Specifications:
Length 7.750 inches
Height 1.813 inches
Width 1.250 inches
Weight 11 ounces

LVT History.  The Jewett Car Co. delivered the first cars to LVT in August 1912 and service began December 12, 1912 between Norristown and Allentown. For many years they were often operated in two and three car trains. The last car was removed from service in 1939. The early painted version of LVT Liberty Belle Trolley had green body and ocher roof. The later version was painted with tuscon red body and yellow roof.   LVT Liberty Belle Cars were used in multiple unit trains. Photo shows LVT's under our Overhead Wire & Pole Kit #1299. 
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