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Sir E Fullner

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:cry_happy: It is just so beautiful.

One day, while browsing on Wikipedia, I found this old LEGO 12v commercial. You can watch the commercial by clicking on this link.

Always entertaining, always inspiring, always:

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Oh, I love it. Thanks for sharing. I don't believe I had ever seen this before. Very neat commercial. :thumbup:

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:cry_happy: It is just so beautiful.

One day, while browsing on Wikipedia, I found this old LEGO 12v commercial. You can watch the commercial by clicking on this link.

Always entertaining, always inspiring, always:

Nice find and thanks for the link efullner, cant say I have seen that one before.

Ralph

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Thank you everyone for the nice replies. Finally I did something right.

:tongue:

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* heavy sigh *

Such a shame that I missed out on those great 12V times...

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Funny! :laugh: Wouldn't be great so see more commercials like this one nowadays? Nice find! :thumbup:

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'Er gov, that was a bit of an alright wasn't it ? :grin::laugh:

Great find 'Efullner' and a great laugh ! :laugh:

Some of you might say the good old days, well maybe with the new PF gear it might just ! :sweet:

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Since I wasn't alive in the 80's, I've never heard of 12 volt trains until I read about them on Wikipedia. The earliest trains I've seen on LEGO.com were 9 volts.

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