NOTICE: I have a massive collection of O/S Plasticville available. These are mostly collector grade kits. Most are all properly boxed, complete, and undamaged. There is far too much to list here on the web site all at one time so I have placed a listing in a spread sheet so you can browse it for what you want. It is in order by kit number.
Please use the link below to review ALL of the available kits. If you are interested in any of the kits listed, please use the Contact Us page to send me a request and I will double check my inventory to ensure that the item(s) is/are not sold. Please include the Storage Loc and Item Key in the far right columns of the sheet for the item(s) your interested in buying. I will also supply photo(s) of the item(s) for you to review if they are still available.
Please see our Shipping & Returns page for information on shipping and how we work with the ever changing rates.
(This link opens an Excel file. The No Pieces column indicates what number of pieces originally came in the kit packaging and is NOT the quantity on hand. The Box Grade column is 0 to 9 with 0 being no box to 9 being a brick.)
(Linked File Last Updated 01/13/2014)
NOTE: We have UNITS in Stock. We have added all available Units to Page 4 of our for sale items, please check them out!!
This web site will feature vintage and some current production structure kits and master units from the Plasticville line of toys as made by Bachmann company of Philadelphia that are for sale by myself. From time to time we will also be listing products from Littletown, Marx, and Ideal as they become available.
All of the kits, accessories, or master units listed here are complete, and unless noted, to the best of my knowledge, original. Vintage Plasticville kit and master units are highly collectable. Bachmann started producing plastic toys around the end of world war 2, and eventually purchased the rights to a few other companies such as the Littletown line by Unlimited Plastics. This is an exciting hobby for those who have discovered it, and is very rewarding. Many kits are relatively inexpensive, and a fairly large collection can be amassed by obtaining many of them first then moving on to the harder variations.
The keys to the value of a Plasticville kit or master unit are:
* Original box or packaging
* Lack of damage such as cracks, chips and glue residue to the pieces
Please, look over our offerings and if you find something you like, place your order today. Also, don't forget to bookmark our page and stop by often, we always have new items coming in and being listed.