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Rediscovering Vintage 9V Trains

smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
edited February 2012 in Everything else LEGO
I feel 5 years old again...

Well after along night and morning after some 35 years she still goes , this is the train set 7740 and im only 2 bits missing (i may find them yet ) lights also work ,very happy

Comments

  • Si_UKNZSi_UKNZ NZMember Posts: 4,179
    nice work :) thats a great train
  • smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
    thank you,
    would any one know what the average sale price is on
    carriage 7815 and
    162 Locomotive Without Motor would be
    thanks
  • MrBerreMrBerre Member Posts: 246
    Oh wow, now I feel 10 years old. I played so much with that set, changing the train etc. Amazing to see it still running, the electric tracks from mine have gone all rusty.
  • oldtodd33oldtodd33 Denver 4800 miles to BillundMember Posts: 2,578
    edited February 2012
    The average sale price on Ebay on the 7815 is between $85 and $125 US depending on conditon and whether it has a box and instructions.
  • smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
    yes both in boxes ( not bad condition )and both in good order (162 no manual )

    after making up the 7740 i have set about making the rest of the trains sets i have , i have to be honest id love to get it all layed out again. With the points ,signals, stations etc. I bet it would be some sight :-)
  • mr_bennmr_benn United KingdomMember Posts: 890
    Can't beat a good 12V layout!
  • MarkeyMarkey Member Posts: 69
    I had this train when I was 7, good times! :)
  • smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
    yes it is very nice to see it going again (thank you for comments ) i have started a bricklist as advised by a member on here. Its not complete at all but i will be updating as i get them built , i have got lots of train set to build up and looking forward to seeing them all going again
  • smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
    i have named my list tommy list
  • Si_UKNZSi_UKNZ NZMember Posts: 4,179
    edited February 2012
    linky to the list http://www.brickset.com/brickLists/?6707

    Ahh, 918 and 6930, the only 2 space sets I've ever owned. Nice to see them there.
  • drdavewatforddrdavewatford Hertfordshire, UKAdministrator Posts: 6,635
    Interesting list of collectibles on that Bricklist, although if you're serious about selling you'll need to include information regarding box, instructions, condition etc. for each item.
  • smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
    yes i understand this and at the moment it is a ongoing list and i will update at the end with all information. I have about 200 or more sets to make up this is a really big job.
    I may not be selling any thing at the moment until i have all sets done. So all i can say at the moment is watch this list and if interested in any set please pm me and i will give more info and pics

    Si_Dorking_Surrey_UK thank you for linking
  • smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
    2 more sets added , took all day find the bits :-( still got to build them sets 7727 and 6080
  • smokingtommysmokingtommy Member Posts: 24
    well 7727 also works just a few bits to get must of missed them while getting the bits together also i need to get some new train rubbers
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