Auctions on eBay are being opened today for a “model train” that will reportedly be sold for $4,000.
The auction for the model train, which is said to have been created by a Japanese company called the “Sakura” Group, will start at 10 a.m.
Auctions are open in three categories: Train models, Train sets, and Train accessories.
The model train has been given a Japanese name that will be displayed on the website.
The website says the train model will be available for auction at 10:30 a.p.m., Tuesday, March 12, and will be listed at a suggested retail price of $4.50 per piece.
A description of the model trains says that it will be made of durable, stainless steel and will have a range of accessories.
It is not clear what the model is being offered for.
A train model is a piece of artwork that depicts a train in a realistic setting.
In a similar way to an anime model train in Japan, a train model can depict trains in the Tokyo metropolitan area.
Train sets include trains, a carousel, and a variety of scenery, as well as other accessories.
Train accessories include an electric skateboard, an umbrella, and an umbrella holder.
A Japanese company named the “Saiki” Group specializes in creating train models, according to Forbes.
In March, Forbes reported that Saiki was a major investor in a Japanese train company called Shinkansen.
The company was formed in 2014, and the train company was founded in 2018.
According to Forbes, the train was created with a focus on the visual experience of traveling by train.
Train models are often produced by artists in Japan.
The train model shown above is said by Forbes to be the work of Hiroshi Kawashima.
Kawashime is also a member of the Saiki Group.
The Saiki model trains are said to be made by “Sakashima Toy Company.”
The model model shown in the photo below was designed by Sakashima and is reportedly produced by Saiki.
This model train is said not to have any “special features.”
It will be offered by a third party seller for $1,500.
The seller has not yet announced the final price for the train.
The image above shows a photo of a model train.