633 A.T. & S.F.
Lionel's 633 Santa Fe NW2 Switcher was only manufactured for a single year -- 1962 -- and is one of the scarcest NW2 postwar switchers. This diesel was only available in set # 11212, which was nicknamed "The Cyclone". Additionally, it was not offered as a separate sale item in the consumer catalogue. Therefore, due to its limited production numbers and high interest by collectors, locating a nice and clean 633 will be difficult and expensive.
Standard features of the 633 Santa Fe switcher include: blue molded body with yellow lettering and stripes, sheet-metal frame with black end- railings, traction-tire, plastic-sided trucks, two-position E-unit plus an illuminated headlight and non-operating coupler on the rear.
The 633 is an entry-level locomotive. It does not include any additional trim usually found on switchers such as a simulated gold bell, ornamental silver horn nor a front coupler!
Additional Detail, Photos & Box Information
The length of the 633 is approximately 12 1/2" long (coupler to coupler).
Only Known Variation - All 633's are molded in blue plastic with yellow lettering and side stripes.
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