Atlas HO 460 True-Track 18" Radius Curve (4)

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Atlas HO 460 True-Track 18" Radius Curve (4)
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Description

There is no roadbed track that can match up to the scale-model quality and versatility of Atlas' True-Track. It is easy to assemble and affordably priced, but do not mistake True-Track for a toy. It is a true hobby track system, created for the novice modeler looking not only for realistic appearance but unparalleled performance in a ready-to-run roadbed track. True-Track features Atlas' world-renowned Snap-Track that has been setting the standard for HO track for over 40 years. The piece of Snap-Track can be removed and used separately as desired.

Ready to use, each piece features Code 83 nickel-silver rail on realistic brown ties, plus roadbed molded in gray and detailed to look like real ballast. Just connect the sections together, wire to your power pack, and your railroad is up and running! Best of all, True-Track is adaptable to your changing needs. It can be nailed down for use on a permanent layout. Or remove and paint the roadbed sections for added realism. The sections can also be removed from the roadbed and used with cork roadbed, ballast and other Atlas Code 83 track products to build a traditional layout.

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  • 5
    Versatile Track and Real Time-Saver.

    Posted by Unknown on Jun 28th 2018

    I ordered 18R sections to complete the track plan for a basic Christmas oval layout for beside the tree. The track is realistic code 83 and easy to assemble and nail down.

  • 1
    Difficult to put together and keep together

    Posted by Greg Amer on Jun 28th 2018

    Not impressed at all with True-Track. The track is difficult to put together correctly. It doesn't stay together well, and the track separates from the roadbed too easily. Also, the rail heights do not appear to be uniform, either rail heights are wrong or something is wrong with the joiners.