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Old 02-14-2020, 07:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys. So I dug my LGB stuff out if the attic today and found my old 99 5001 engine my grandfather got me in the 80's, I put the pic in this post. But I have a few questions about it cause I cant seem to find info for the one I have.

So from what I have looked up all I can get info about is the version of this engine that has smoke, sounds and lights. But the one I have here has none of that. Any idea what it's from? I was too young to remember.
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Old 02-15-2020, 07:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Search for LGB 2076 pdf in google.
Parts diagram is 2076d-1.pdf


D is dampf the German word for smoke.
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Search for LGB 2076 pdf in google.
Parts diagram is 2076d-1.pdf


D is dampf the German word for smoke.
I found it. Thank you very much. Think it's possible to order some replacement parts still?....
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Many parts are available for this engine. LGB used the 62201 short shaft motor in over half of the engines they made. Motor block is still the same now with the exception of wheel type. Light bulbs, reflectors, lenses, tire, smoke unit are still available.
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